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TASC launches venture capital arm

Madison-based Total Administrative Services Corp. has formed a venture capital arm called TASC Ventures, according to a report in Xconomy.

September 2018

Public comments welcome on state's Unemployment Insurance program

The Department of Workforce Development is encouraging the public to submit comments about Wisconsin’s Unemployment Insurance program during an open comment period.

September 2018

COWS report: Work to be done on wages

The latest Center on Wisconsin Strategy (COWS) report on the state of Working Wisconsin shows a healthy economy for most, but with much work to do, especially for minorities without college degrees and people living in rural areas.

September 2018

Work begins on southwest side job center

The city of Madison and the Urban League of Greater Madison held a groundbreaking of the Park Edge/Park Ridge Employment & Training Center, the city of Madison's first neighborhood employment center, on Aug. 29.

August 2018

Lawsuit: UW System accused of age discrimination

The University of Wisconsin System is being charged with age discrimination in the case of 53-year-old Bambi Butzlaff Voss.

August 2018

Telecom layoffs announced

After unexpectedly losing a major client, West Corp., a Nebraska-based telecommunications provider, announced it would be laying off 148 workers on Aug. 31, including 112 employees at its Greenway Blvd. location in Middleton.

August 2018

AssuredLeads will move to OM Station

In what it called a massive expansion, Madison-based AssuredLeads will move its main office to the new OM Station, the former Oscar Mayer headquarters, on Aug. 1.

July 2018

American Girl cuts another 22 jobs in Middleton

As part of a significant global workforce reduction by parent company Mattel, American Girl has cut 22 more jobs in Middleton.

July 2018

Incentive package could save Kimberly-Clark jobs

In February, Kimberly-Clark Corp. announced it would likely close two Fox Valley plants, leading to the elimination of more than 600 jobs. Now comes word that state incentives could keep those plants open.

July 2018

State announces Commute to Careers

The State of Wisconsin has announced the launch of the Commute-to-Careers program, an $8 million, multi-agency initiative that will support statewide support efforts to eliminate transportation barriers for low-income workers seeking to advance their careers or enter the workforce.

July 2018
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