We are thrilled to announce the addition of our new HR Manager, Sam Fredelake, to the Georgia-Pacific Sheboygan team!Sam is degreed in HR and has worked in HR/Manufacturing for the last 18 years. The strengths she brings include employee relations, recruiting, benefits, payroll, and performance management. We look forward to partnering with her to help lead change, navigate our organizational growth, and develop collaborative partnerships with all levels of employees.When she’s not at work you can find her
Flex-Staff, Inc is celebrating its 50th year in the staffing and employment industry. Flex-Staff was founded in 1973 when Bill and Carol Hackbarth purchased a Rockford, Illinois franchise of the direct placement firm, Dunhill. (At that time, such placements were referred to as “permanent placements.”) In 1977 the Hackbarth’s purchased a second Dunhill franchise in Appleton, Wisconsin. In 1979 the Appleton office began offering temporary staffing in addition to direct placements. The Illinois franchise was
Lakeland University has received a $75,000 entrepreneurship grant from the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) to help veterans start their own businesses. The grant will enable Lakeland to expand existing programs and to build new programs to address the gaps in community resources that have been identified through a variety of interviews with community stakeholders. “We are passionate about entrepreneurship activity and breaking down the barriers to entrepreneurship for all populations,”
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Hub International Wisconsin has released its transportation outlook for 2023. It notes that fleets that make the proper investment in driver recruitment and retention, technology, and cyber defense mechanisms can reduce the risk of a catastrophic event impacting their operations. In addition, it outlines how rising costs and supply chain challenges continue to dampen profitability for light- and medium-duty fleet carriers, and how relief, unfortunately, doesn’t appear imminent in the new year. In addition
What is the outlook for insurance in your business? From construction to restaurants and hotels, transportation and employee benefits, global Top 5 insurance brokerage Hub International in Sheboygan is sharing their insight. It all comes down to profitability, vitality and resilience. Improving profitability, supporting the vitality of employees, and building a more resilient future. Economic and social headwinds demand proactive risk management. Costs are escalating due to inflation and claims.
I started with business management and firefighting at LTC. After completing fire school and joining the Johnsonville Fire Department in 2015 I took the EMT class. Then spent a few years working in the ER at Aurora Memorial Medical Center. After that I found the motivation to pursue my lifelong desire to join the military, enlisting in the Army National Guard as a Combat Medic in 2018. Upon returning from military training, I continued business school and decided to start a mobile detailing business in