Employment & HR

West Towne Mall to hold hiring event

Retailers at West Towne Mall will have hiring tables located at the front of their stores, indicating they have positions available on Thursday, June 10, from 2 p.m.–6 p.m.

Making the invisible visible

Among the things the COVID-19 pandemic shed light on, indoor air quality nears the top of the list. While COVID-19 has been detrimental to a number of industries, one local company that has actually grown as a result of the pandemic is Aprilaire.

Burnout season: 5 ways to improve employee mental health

It’s been two years since the World Health Organization officially recognized burnout as an occupational phenomenon, and it should come as little surprise that after surviving the COVID-19 pandemic, 44% of workers say they are more burned out on the job today compared to a year ago.

Pride in the Workforce

None of us, not a single one, is defined by a solitary characteristic. We’re all an amalgamation of many things, most of which can’t be seen on the surface. And for those that can be seen, well, looks may be deceiving.

Zoom zombies?

One advantage of so many workers opting not to return to the office in person full time might be the end of long, boring, “why-was-I-even-invited-to-this-meeting” meetings that so many of us have sat through.

Are we too divided to learn the right pandemic lessons?

Last month’s roundtable panel explored various construction industry lessons learned from COVID-19, and while the pandemic is not completely in the rearview mirror, it’s not too early for local, state, and the national governments to take what we’ve learned and be better prepared for the next one.

MTI/MMSD impasse may head to court

The Madison teachers’ union president has warned of possible legal action if the Madison Metropolitan School District refuses to reissue teacher contracts with automatic raises tied to experience and educational attainment.

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