Help wanted. Now hiring. Signing bonus. Those are words that are all too common within any industry right now including manufacturing. These words are often signals of another word that is lingering in our vocabulary right now: overtime.
I don’t know of anyone whose business wasn’t affected at some level in 2020. Businesses were either on the COVID slump or the COVID bump.
Free rapid-results COVID-19 tests continues to be available to community members at all three University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point campuses this summer.
Savvy, competitive business owners know disruption is a constant. No matter the industry, it’s not a question of whether you must deal with disruptive forces — it’s when.
Of the seven members of the inaugural classes of the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) psychiatry residency programs in Central Wisconsin and Northeastern Wisconsin who graduated in May 2021, six will be practicing in Wisconsin.
It’s not often that forced closure can work in favor of a business, but working in the pizza business creates an opening to deliver.
For many year-round and summer residents, all trails in Langlade County lead north — to North Trail Store in Elcho.
A new survey of Wisconsin businesses indicates the state’s workforce shortage has become an emergency. According to the Wisconsin Employer Survey, 86 percent of businesses are struggling to hire workers.
The recovery from the pandemic has created an interesting challenge for many employers. “Now Hiring” signs are prevalent across many local industries, from technology to seasonal hospitality. Some suggest that the only reason workers can’t be obtained is the extended unemployment benefits an…
The historic Crescent Theater, which originally showcased vaudeville acts during its original heyday more than 100 years ago, is experiencing a revival with the establishment of the Stubborn Brothers Brewery at 220 S. Main St., Shawano.
Taiwanese contract electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Co. will dramatically scale back its planned investment in an initially planned $10 billion Wisconsin plant, under an agreement a…