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The Wisconsin Workforce Boards’ purpose is to help employers of all sizes recruit, hire, and train employees.
Collabor8 2018 conference
Coolabor8 2018 will focus on tools and programs to support businesses in this tight labor market. The Workforce Partners in each region will be given different scenarios to provide as case studies for how the team would respond to customer needs.
The WWDA brings together the leadership of the eleven regional workforce development areas (WDAs) in Wisconsin to develop and implement statewide workforce strategies, and build a stronger workforce for Wisconsin to meet the needs of growing businesses.
Working with employers and workers in your community to make a difference
The Wisconsin Workforce Development Association (WWDA) is the organization that promotes, enhances, and serves the interests of local workforce investment agencies and system partners in Wisconsin. WWDA represents the eleven Workforce Development Areas who administer the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs, as well as other federal, state and local workforce development initiatives across Wisconsin.