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Madison LGBTQ+ Career Fair

Type: * Informational * Networking This Event: * Is LGBTQ hosted * May be of interest to the LGBTQ community In an effort to help LGBTQ+ individuals find employment opportunities with companies that are committed to pro-fairness values, the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber is hosting the 2018 Madison LGBTQ+ Career Fair….

Business Equality Luncheon

Type: * Informational * Networking * Social This Event: * Is LGBTQ hosted * Has LGBTQ content * May be of interest to the LGBTQ community Join the Cream City Foundation in celebrating and promoting LGBT inclusive workplaces essential to growing the talent pipeline to Southeastern Wisconsin. Business Equality Luncheon…

MMoCA Awarded for High Rate of Hiring Veterans

MADISON, WI – The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA) was recognized by the Veterans Administration Hospital, Middleton, with an award for ensuring veterans success in employment and rehabilitation. More than 25% of MMoCA’s public operations staff are veterans of the U.S. Military. “We look for opportunities to support and…

CSW Hosting a Cultural Competence Leadership Insitute

The need for culturally competent leaders is critically important. And though attaining cultural competence does not occur in the short term, its long-term impact is beneficial for the entire community. Community Shares of Wisconsin (CSW) is hosting a Cultural Competence Leadership Institute for nonprofit organizations, individuals, and businesses. This is…

Just Dining Guide: A Guide to Restaurant Employment Standards in Madison

Just Dining Guide: A Guide to Restaurant Employment Standards in Madison WRC and ICWJ Releases Phone App of Updated Guide On December 11 the Workers Rights’ Center (WRC) and the Interfaith Coalition (ICWJ) will release the 3rd Edition of Madison’s only dining guide of employment standards. This year the guide…

Most Americans Say Employers Should Never Discriminate, Even on Religious Grounds

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, WASHINGTON, DC and NEW YORK, NY– October 30, 2014 – Twenty years after its introduction, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) is still being debated in Congress and across the United States. While most Americans continue to give the bill strong support, a new national survey shows that…