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Tips for interacting with your bank during COVID-19

It’s more important than ever to keep the lines of communication open with your financial partners. Your banker may be able to serve as a sounding board as your company considers ways to manage [...]

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Workers’ Memorial Day is April 28

Workers' Memorial Day is observed every year on April 28. It is a day to honor those workers who have died on the job, were injured or made ill. We acknowledge the grievous suffering experienced [...]

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Selling in a COVID-19 environment

It’s time to stop listening to the voice in your head that says no one wants to talk to you and start telling yourself that you are doing your prospects a disservice by NOT calling them.

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Wisconsin’s Guides to ‘Safe at Work’

Wisconsin has fresh hope for an eventual “return to normal” with the most-recently issued emergency order to combat the coronavirus pandemic, but the “new normal” may temporarily look a little [...]

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Chapter pioneer retires after 55 years in the industry

One of ABC of Wisconsin's most active members of all-time is retiring. Steve Westra, former ABC of Wisconsin chair, is retiring from WDS Construction, Inc., a Beaver Dam-based general contractor [...]

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Highlights of Badger Bounce Back plan to reopen state’s economy

Gov. Tony Evers this week announced his “Badger Bounce Back” plan for reopening the state’s economy.  Evers’ plan would allow businesses to reopen in phases and with restrictions.

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Should a contractor stop work due to non-payment?

As owners and contractors feel the bite of shrinking revenues due to the economic slowdown, contractors are bound to see payment problems arise on ongoing projects.  Contractors may find [...]

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OSHA issues memo indicating inspections will be done with discretion for “good faith” efforts by employers during COVID-19

OSHA using discretion in enforcement during COVID-19; considering an employer’s "good faith" efforts when doing inspections.

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Highlights of Wisconsin COVID-19 legislation signed by Gov. Evers

While saying that the package falls short of what he believes is needed, Governor Evers signed the legislation into law within hours of it clearing the Legislature with nearly unanimous support.

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Spring 2020 Election Recap

After several lawsuits, the ballots cast over a week ago were finally counted last Monday. Voter turnout was the highest since 2016, when there were primaries for both presidential party nominees.

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