Press Releases & Columns
Sheboygan, WI – March 29, 2017 – Veterans seeking entrepreneurship training can now get up to $500 to fund the costs for the Wisconsin SBDC Network’s Entrepreneurship Training Program.
“Lost Sheep” yarn shop opening for business in Sheboygan early next year Local entrepreneur brings several years of experience in yarn business
Sheboygan’s Largest Employer Grows, Seeks Workers Competitive Wages with Quick Hiring Process, Automotive Parts Manufacturer Hiring
Sheboygan, WI – Nemak, a global supplier of lightweight solutions to the automotive industry, is growing and is seeking experienced industrial maintenance technicians to join their team. The company seeks about a dozen maintenance technicians to start immediately on 2nd, 3rd and weekend shifts. Weekend crew employees work a 36-hour work week, yet get paid for a full 40-hour week. Journeyman Electricians, Millwrights and experienced technicians possessing an Associate Degree in Electro-mechanical Technology will earn a minimum of $27.50/hr. Non-Journeyman, experienced industrial maintenance technicians are encouraged to apply to enter the company’s maintenance training program, which will place them on a wage path to $27.50/hr while earning a journeyman’s card. Sign on bonuses of up to $5,000 are being offered.
Johnsonville Named Sheboygan County
Plymouth company plans on-site job fair November 9 for wave of new direct hires due to expansion plans
Alignment with Small Business Development Center provides grant for eight session entrepreneurial training program
Sheboygan, WI – Whether your business is growing or brand-new, writing a business plan is critical to building a profitable venture, especially to attract financing from lenders or investors.