Central Wisconsin Firm CEO Entrepreneur Award Finalist

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (06/06/2015) – The CEO of Renaissance Learning has been named a finalist for an Entrepreneur of the Year award. Renaissance Learning is the K12 assessment and learning analytics company that started in a Central Wisconsin home and has grown into a major player. The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2015 Award recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and success in business and their communities. Award winners will be announced at a special gala event on June 17 at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers in Chicago. The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year award highlights top executives from a variety of industries […]

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Wisconsin Assembly Sends Right To Work To Gov. Walker

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (03/06/2015) – After turning down Democrat amendments, the Republican controlled Wisconsin Assembly passed the controversial Right To Work bill today. The legislation provides for voluntary union membership, and does not change existing contracts until the contract ends. Senate Bill 44 allows the employee the freedom to choose whether or not to belong to a union.

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Wisconsin DWD Improving Re-Employment Services

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (03/02/2015) – The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) is, effectively, re-launching Re-Employment Services this month, with enhanced, renewed energy. The DWD is making, what has been referred to as, significant  improvements to its federally mandated Re-employment Services (RES) System. The service is part of ongoing efforts to help Unemployment Insurance (UI) claimants return to work quickly.

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Wisconsin Senate Sends Right To Work to State Assembly

WISCONSINREPORT.COM (02/26/2015) – The Wisconsin Senate sent the Right To Work bill to the State Assembly for further action last night when the Senate voted 17 to 15 to pass it. Senate President Mary Lazich says Senate Bill 44 allows employees to be employed without being required to pay union dues. Opponents say that will destroy Unions and bring wages down.

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