Here are the Latest Economic Developments in Right to Work Wisconsin
Companies are investing in Right to Work Wisconsin. The latest Right to Work Wisconsin investments are coming from Milis Flatwork and Fiserv. Read on in order to find out more!
Milis Flatwork is planning to hire between 1 and 30 new laborers in Right to Work Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
“These projects are going to be here for the rest of my life, the rest of our lives. […] You always hear about trades dads, ‘I did that, and I built that house.’ We drive past all these jobs and I get to do the same thing with my kids. You know, ‘Dad built that.’” […]
“Skilled guys who have 25 years of experience to guys who it’s their first day working, 18-year-olds right out of high school. […] We have a training program here that we do to bring people in who don’t know anything and teach them so they can be lifelong tradesmen.”
Fiserv has opened headquarters in Right to Work Milwaukee, Wisconsin as a result of a $40 million investment. Now, they can hire 250 new employees!
“Fiserv roots run deep in Wisconsin, and we’re proud to be expanding our presence and investment in the state and the local workforce. Our new world headquarters location will be a dynamic hub of collaboration and innovation, bringing our people together in an inspiring workplace to create opportunity for energizing and career growth experiences, as we lead the industry forward on behalf of our client. […] As part of our investment in this new Fiserv global headquarters, we look forward to being a force for good, as we create positive and meaningful impact and grow our presence in the increasingly vibrant downtown Milwaukee community.” […]
“Fiserv’s extraordinary growth is driven by innovation. Wisconsin is firmly planting its flag in the digital economy of the future. Fiserv’s products and solutions are emblematic of Wisconsin’s important role in the global economy. Companies like Fiserv are driving job growth and prosperity statewide. We are thrilled that Fiserv’s next chapter will be written right here in Wisconsin.”