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MPTC Works With Employers To Arrive At Solutions To Workforce Issues

19-Jun-2017

The president of Moraine Park Technical College says President Trump talked about building the workforce during his visit to Waukesha County Technical College last week and that’s something colleges like Moraine Park strive to do. Bonnie Baerwald says there is a skilled workforce shortage. She says he really was advocating for more skilled trade worker initiatives looking at the apprenticeship styles and doing more with a two-year college education. She says it really gets at the heart of what Fond du Lac County and the entire district Moraine Park serves. Moraine Park Dean of Economic and Workforce Development Jo Ann Hall says they do offer worker training in the classroom. But they also get out in the community where they can meet with employers to come up with solutions for workforce issues. She says those solutions might be creating a brand new customized class, it might be connecting them to another resource in the community, it might be getting students into program classes Moraine Park already has. She sometimes it is about improving working relationships between employees. 

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Anonymous commented on 19-Jun-2017 06:14 PM3 out of 5 stars
Lets be honest. Part of the skilled worker shortage is lots of people can't pass a basic background check due to legal issues.

Secondly they can't /won't pass a drug screen.

I encounter multiple candidates that simply don't show up and are never heard from again after we schedule their urinalysis.

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