"Our new FaBsafe food safety training certificate opens a door to students to pursue a job or career in food or beverage production," said Shelley Jurewicz, Executive Director of FaB Wisconsin. "It's a strategic solution generated by the industry."
With unemployment at historic lows (2.9%) and the tightening labor and talent pool, the Secretary shared his list of best practices for employers. The secretary's bottom-line message: "We're only as good as our interaction with you, our employers."
Thanks to Mount Mary for hosting, and to all the companies that turned out: Angelic Bakehouse; Chr. Hansen; Create-A-Pack; Employ Milwaukee; Gehl Foods; General Mills; Goodwill Industries; Joseph Campione; Kerry; Klement Sausage Co.; Krones USA; Lakeland University; Masters Gallery; Milwaukee Area Technical College; Milwaukee 7; Mount Mary University; Ocean Spray; Palermo's Pizza; QPS Employment; Sargento; Schreiber Foods; Stella & Chewy's; Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development; Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, and Wixon.
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