The Department of Workforce Development is a state agency charged with building and strengthening Wisconsin’s workforce. Primary responsibilities include providing job services, training and employment assistance to people looking for work, at the same time it works with employers on finding the necessary workers to fill current job openings.
Eau Claire County ADRC offers a variety of resources for individuals over the age of 60, adults with disabilities, caregivers, family members and/or professionals working with these populations.
The Junior Police Academy is to enrich the Eau Claire Police Department’s connections with children of Eau Claire and fostering lasting partnerships to motivate children to become responsible citizens
The Pablo Center has a workforce pillar implemented through its Education and Outreach Taskforce. The task force seeks to help support existing workforce programs by hosting them at the Pablo Center.
The survey gathers base compensation information for commonly recognized jobs in their reporting area and includes employers from nine Chambers of Commerce.
The West Central Wisconsin Workforce Development Board provides resources and assistance to businesses, industries and job seekers.
Workforce Resource is a private non-profit corporation working in the nine county West Central Wisconsin Workforce Development Area. Since its creation, it has managed the region’s Job Training Partnership Act, Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act, numerous programs associated with AFDC and TANF, a variety of state and federal discretionary and demonstration grant programs and numerous private foundation and revenue generating projects. Workforce Resource assists businesses with talent procurement, preparation and retention needs.