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Vol. 64, Issue 49
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Thursday, December 3, 2020

   

Growing the Health Care Workforce

Three state agencies—the Department of Health Services (DHS), the Department of Safety and Professional Services and the Department of Workforce Development (DWD)—have teamed up to launch a campaign to reach all Wisconsinites in search of meaningful employment. The campaign uses both traditional and social media.

Residents will see the call to action on television and radio and in local newspapers. The campaign will also use social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

"Our ability to fight COVID-19 depends on having a robust workforce caring for our most vulnerable residents," said DHS Secretary Andrea Palm. "The surge in cases has put a strain on every community in the state, and we need motivated Wisconsinites to step up and fill in where they are needed most."
 
Health care employers can help! If you have job openings, please post them to the Department of Workforce Development job portal at JobCenterofWisconsin.com. Detailed instructions on registering with Job Center of Wisconsin and posting your positions can be found here. This measure will ensure you get connected with the people who respond to this recruitment campaign. If you need assistance registering as an employer on Job Center of Wisconsin or adding your open positions, contact DWD at JobNetHelp@dwd.wisconsin.gov.
 

This story originally appeared in the December 03, 2020 edition of WHA Newsletter

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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Growing the Health Care Workforce

Three state agencies—the Department of Health Services (DHS), the Department of Safety and Professional Services and the Department of Workforce Development (DWD)—have teamed up to launch a campaign to reach all Wisconsinites in search of meaningful employment. The campaign uses both traditional and social media.

Residents will see the call to action on television and radio and in local newspapers. The campaign will also use social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

"Our ability to fight COVID-19 depends on having a robust workforce caring for our most vulnerable residents," said DHS Secretary Andrea Palm. "The surge in cases has put a strain on every community in the state, and we need motivated Wisconsinites to step up and fill in where they are needed most."
 
Health care employers can help! If you have job openings, please post them to the Department of Workforce Development job portal at JobCenterofWisconsin.com. Detailed instructions on registering with Job Center of Wisconsin and posting your positions can be found here. This measure will ensure you get connected with the people who respond to this recruitment campaign. If you need assistance registering as an employer on Job Center of Wisconsin or adding your open positions, contact DWD at JobNetHelp@dwd.wisconsin.gov.
 

This story originally appeared in the December 03, 2020 edition of WHA Newsletter