Skills Wisconsin (Skills WI) will reform Wisconsin’s system for matching workers looking for a job with businesses looking for workers, resulting in better outcomes for workers, businesses, and the programs that serve both. New partnerships, processes, work flows, and tools will be implemented to create a truly demand-driven workforce system.
PROJECT ACTIONS AND TOOLS
Demand Driven System: Reforming the workforce system to view business as the customer
Process Re-engineering: Re-engineer workflow resulting in improved business outreach, assessment, and coordinated business client management
Tools: To better serve businesses, we will use business tools; implementing a customized Salesforce platform
Partnerships: Increase collaboration between workforce and economic development professionals; and develop and expand Industry Sector Partnerships
Skill Training: Develop new curricula in conjunction with WTCS and deliver customized skills training to meet immediate, specific industry needs.