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Why Apprenticeship is Becoming a Smart Choice for Many

Many economists, employers and academics tell us that our post-secondary education system is churning out too many four-year graduates. For decades, many parents, teachers and school counselors [...]

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Veni, Vidi, Veto: Wisconsin 2019-21 State Budget Highlights

Gov. Tony Evers introduced a state budget that included significant public construction investment and the rollback of labor reforms. His first state budget proposal included many of his campaign [...]

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Midwest Alarm Services Receives NOTIFIER Multi-Million Dollar Award

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ABC Leading Coalition on Skilled Labor Shortage

MADISON — ABC of Wisconsin is leading a coalition of employee-owned, union, and non-union employers to help address the skilled labor shortage. The Second Start Act, which passed the Assembly [...]

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Business Continuity And Perpetuation – Get With The Plan!

Type-A. Entrepreneurial. Driven. Innovative. Tireless. Sound familiar? Contractors are planners by nature. Most company principals have worked their entire professional lives to build and grow [...]

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Controversial Construction Project in Madison Takes Another Turn

MADISON — In a somewhat surprising move, the Madison Common Council took a U-turn on the Judge Doyle Square project this week by ending negotiations with Gebhardt Development, the developer it [...]

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Recognizing the Skilled Trades on Labor Day

This Labor Day, we continue the decades-long tradition of honoring the American worker, and especially those in the skilled trades. At Associated Builders and Contractors, a national trade [...]