Microsoft is buying the gaming company Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion, gaining access to blockbuster games like "Call of Duty" and "Candy Crush."
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The sixth annual survey by the Madison Region Economic Partnership shows continued upward trends. Still, people of color are underrepresented in upper management and boardrooms.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Wisconsin State Journal is identifying the Top Workplaces in Dane, Sauk, Columbia and Rock counties.
Votes to organize at Colectivo Coffee, Metro Market, Fiserv Forum bode well for future
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"When nurses have a union voice, patients get better care, and we can recruit and retain the health care workforce we need moving forward."
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"We can support every worker in every workplace to earn a living wage in a safe environment."
These varying experiences of COVID-19 across professions reflect the larger fact that every job has different levels and types of risk inherent in the work.
In this presentation, consultant and speaker, Chris Kann, will share helpful tips to recognize and diffuse emotions in the workplace and ident…
WPPI Energy president and CEO Mike Peters says communication is vital to the success of the Sun Prairie-based, member-owned operation that serves 51 local electric utilities with wholesale electric power supply, utility technologies and services.
When the pandemic arrived, Horizon Develop Build Manage president and CEO Dan Fitzgerald was certain of one thing: His employee culture, built purposefully and over time, would carry the company through all of the disruption.
Kathy Marsh, co-founder and vice chair of Musicnotes, shares her thoughts on the workplace culture at the Madison-based digital sheet music retailer.
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A Beaver Dam man was taken into custody Monday after he allegedly brought a handgun into his former workplace and threatened a person working there.
"Public employees should have the same freedoms as other hard-working Wisconsinites, including the right to voluntarily form and join a union to negotiate wages, benefits and working conditions with their employer."