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Employer - Other WI Job Sites

Other Job Listings

  • JobNet - Post a job opening in Wisconsin on JobNet. Still Wisconsin's biggest source of job openings, which contains over 30,000 current job opportunities.


  • Wisconsin Seasonal Jobs - Post a seasonal job within Wisconsin. All seasonal Job postings are automatically entered into Wisconsin JobNet.


  • WECAN - Wisconsin Education Career Access Network (WECAN) is a collaboration between the Wisconsin Association of School Personnel Administrators and Wisconsin teacher training institutions. It is non-profit.
Other Resources
  • Wisconsin Job Centers - Job Centers are comprehensive, one-stop service centers that provide a full range of employer services, including: Specialized employer recruitment and screening, Labor Market Information Job Fairs, Job Testing and Job Training information and Account Representatives to assist employers.


  • Job Fairs - Job Centers are comprehensive, one-stop service centers that provide a full range of employer services. These services include: specialized employer recruitment and screening, labor market information, job fairs, job testing, job training information, and account representatives to assist employers.


  • Vocational Rehabilitation - Wisconsin's Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is a federal/state program designed to obtain, maintain, and improve employment for people with disabilities by working with VR consumers, employers, and other partners.


  • Fidelity Bonding Program - a unique program to help a job applicant get and keep a job. The program issues Fidelity Bonds free to employers which protect the employer in case of any loss of money or property due to employee dishonesty.


  • WorkNET (formerly Labor Market Information) - The economic transactions involving the hiring of people on the one side and the selling of one's labor on the other side.


  • Worker's Compensation - Locate information on filing a claim, returning to work, finding your employer's worker's compensation carrier, requirements for worker's compensation and how to obtain worker's compensation insurance and more.


  • Employer Law Training - Labor Law Clinics are educational seminars, usually one day in length but sometimes a half-day or two days in length, which are open to the public and feature DWD staff explaining many of the laws and rules the agency administers.

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