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A no cost, self-service labor market exchange, Job Center of Wisconsin provides you with 24-7-365 access to post your job openings, search profiles, match your needed skills to candidates with those skills and access to email candidates. Start posting and search for candidates TODAY.
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We all know that an accurate and thorough job description attracts the right-fit candidates. Get assistance with drafting your job descriptions by using the tools on Job Center of Wisconsin.
Compliance with Governmental Equal Opportunity Mandates
By posting your openings on Job Center of Wisconsin, you will reach a diverse candidate base to support your government compliance efforts. In addition, the website supports priority hiring for Veterans.
Our Job Center offers several ways to assist you with your hiring needs from internet-based services to on-site recruiting. Our professional, experienced staff will help you identify and hire the workers you need to keep your business productive and competitive in today's labor market.
Dane County Regional Job Fair- Alliant Energy Center: March 22nd, 2017 and August 16th, 2017
Jefferson County Regional Job Fair- Jefferson County Fair Ground: September 12th, 2017
Sauk County Regional Job Fair- Sauk County Job Center: TBA
Your local job center is a great place to find work-reach job candidates. We provide available space for employer-sponsored recruitment events at no cost to you. We will also assist with the marketing of your recruitment event to help steer qualified candidates your way. Sign up to attend a Hiring Event in: Dane, Jefferson, Sauk
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Business Service Team
Business Services Representatives will work with you to identify the best way for you to meet your workforce needs. These customized services may include on-site visits to your location to identify workforce needs and job requirements; information on wage rate competitiveness; fidelity bonding; assistance in writing job descriptions; targeted hiring of special populations and more. Contact Us
labor Market Information
Worknet provides businesses with labor market insight to be better able to make informed business decisions. Labor force information, wage comparisons, occupation profiles, and leading industry information can be researched by either county or statewide parameters.
ONET Online has everything a business would ever want to know about a specific occupation. Businesses can search industry-standard terminology based upon job title keyword or within SOC codes. ONET’s Crosswalks feature translates Military Occupation Codes into civilian terminology to expedite the service of veterans into non-military employment.
Skill Explorer helps businesses expand their talent pool. During a tight labor market, it is critical to identify all possible potential candidates for a business’s career opportunities. Skill Explorer delivers transferrable skill information, a detailed skill comparison that can be used to train in insufficient skill sets, as well as typical earnings and education requirements to ensure equitable pay rates.
This handbook is intended to assist employers in meeting their obligations under current Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance (UI) law.
Lay Off and Worker Dislocations
If you are an employer considering or experiencing a business closing or downsizing, contact the State’s Dislocated Worker Program for Rapid Response assistance. The state’s Rapid Response Coordinators can help you navigate through this difficult process by connecting you with appropriate state and local contacts, identifying resources that can help your company and workers, and helping with the development and implementation of a transition strategy.
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)
Information on hiring and retaining persons with disabilities can be found here.