Left to Right: Beckman Mill (Beloit), House on the Rock (Spring Green) & Grange Mall (Evansville) Left to Right: Boscobel Heritage Museum, Grant County Court House, Don Q Inn in Dodgeville Left to Right: Beloit Snappers, Brodhead Historical Museum, Zonta Park & Municipal Building in Beloit Left to Right: Badger Mine & Museum in Shullsburg, Ten Eyck Apple Barn in Brodhead, Milton House in Milton Left to Right: Old Water Tower in Clinton, Riverside Park in Beloit, Thresheree in Edgerton Left to Right: Lake Montesian in Monticello, Cassville Ferry, The Point in Potosi

Rapid Response

What assistance is available for an employer issuing a layoff/closure?

Rapid Response Services are designed to respond to layoffs and business closings. The Wisconsin Dislocated Worker Unit can help employers manage the multiple priorities created by the situation, at no cost to the company. Rapid Response Services may help businesses better manage human resource needs, Unemployment Insurance costs and Workers' Compensation costs during the transition. Studies indicate the change process may be smoother once impacted employees realize their employer is concerned about their transition.

Rapid Response sessions provide the impacted employees with information and resources in hopes of guiding a successful transition, topics include: Unemployment Insurance, veterans’ services, local Job Center and community resources, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funded Dislocated Worker Program options, educational opportunities, etc.

What services are available for dislocated workers?

Re-employment services are available through Wisconsin Job Centers and the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), which may include job search assistance and job related training. All workers have access to career services, such as the related links listed above through a local Wisconsin Job Center and online through Wisconsin Job Center.org.

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