The Staffing Connection

For information on how to attract, retain and train the right people, click here.

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Looking for employees? Labor market information?
Resources for employers?

Get free assistance on the Internet from the Department of Workforce Development.

To Search for Qualified Employees and General Information
The Department of Workforce Development Home Page is a complete guide for employer information, available employees, and Wisconsin's labor laws.
Visit America's Job Bank to post jobs and search for resumes locally, statewide, or nationally. You can also access job market information, wages, trends, demographics, earnings, training and more.
Use JobNet to list openings and enter job orders with Wisconsin's job search system. You'll also find your nearest Wisconsin Job Center..

For Labor Market Information and Employer Resources
The Partnership for Full Employment site has useful information on events, workshops, conferences, and publications, training opportunities, access to the Council on Workforce Excellence and your local one-stop Job Center, plus dozens of other helpful links.
The Wisconsin Business Resource Network is a comprehensive site on taxes, health and safety, human resources, business development and more.
Employers can use the Labor Market Home Page as a guide to recruitment and retention, information on the employment situation, current statistics, trends, economic indicators, demographics, state wage data, and more.

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