Mark your calendar: November 30th is "National Stay Home Because You're Well Day."
The pandemic pushed many people to return to their old jobs with renewed optimism.
Despite a record-low unemployment rate, Republican lawmakers want to make it harder for unemployed and low-income people to access public assistance under the guise of addressing the worker shortage.
Kleefisch says Evers’ “leadership stinks” but acknowledges small businesses are recovering “far faster than we ever could have hoped.”
A dozen projects across Wisconsin will get funding, from Eau Claire to Kenosha, under Evers’ plan for the money.
Wisconsin already had a Baby Boomer retirement crisis on its hands, the pandemic has only exacerbated the ongoing workforce losses.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. is working with the Evers Administration to invest $100 million in community infrastructure to attract more workers to state.
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