employees

City responds to discrimination complaints at Madison Metro

Female African-American employees prepare rebuttals to city's denial of discrimination

An attorney working on behalf of the city of Madison said the state should dismiss discrimination complaints filed against Madison Metro. The responses cite statutes, applications and union rules to make its case.

DOJ: Former street department employees headed to trial

Lake Geneva Street Department employees charged with theft, misconduct

Two former Lake Geneva Street Department employees appeared in court Friday, and after waiving their rights to a preliminary hearing they were bound over for trial, according to a state Department of Justice release.

UW Hospital and Clinics named to great places to work list

Organizations evaluated on benefits, culture, development opportunities

University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics was named to the 2014 list of 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare list released by Becker's Healthcare, according to a release.

Senate panel sets hearing on 7-day work week

Senate panel sets public hearing on 7-day work week bill

The state Senate's labor committee will take public comments this week on a Republican bill that would allow factory and retail employees to volunteer to work seven straight days without a day off.

Whitewater business closure to affect 42 employees

VyMaC to start permanently eliminating positions in January

Forty-two employees will permanently lose their jobs when VyMaC Corporation closes its facility on State Road 59 East in Whitewater, according to a release.

Madison College works to close job training gap

Survey: 60 percent of employers have difficulty hiring employees

A survey of 341 Wisconsin CEOs reveals a growing concern about finding enough skilled employees to fill job vacancies and facilitate growth.

Lawmaker says raise won't cover all state workers

Democratic lawmakers says pay raise won't cover state workers still covered by union contracts

A Democratic state senator says a 1 percent pay raise approved by the Legislature for state employees will not cover those still in a union contract or those with a recognized representative.

Lawmaker says raise won't cover all state workers

Democratic lawmakers says pay raise won't cover state workers still covered by union contracts

A Democratic state senator says a 1 percent pay raise approved by the Legislature for state employees will not cover those still in a union contract or those with a recognized representative.

Lawmaker says raise won't cover all state workers

Democratic lawmakers says pay raise won't cover state workers still covered by union contracts

A Democratic state senator says a 1 percent pay raise approved by the Legislature for state employees will not cover those still in a union contract or those with a recognized representative.

Panel approves pay raise for state workers

Union head says increase not enough, not all workers will get more money

The head of the Wisconsin State Employees Union isn't happy with a 1-percent pay raise for state workers in each of the next two years.

Hotel carbon monoxide leak sends 9 to hospital

Fire dept. responds after high levels of CO found in sick employee's blood

Officials said nine guests and workers at a local hotel were taken to the hospital overnight for treatment of possible carbon monoxide poisoning.

Some Madison workers get thousands in overtime pay

36 workers earned more than $15,000 in overtime

While the top earners in Madison city government include high-level managers and attorneys, records show some bus drivers, mechanics and police officers earned thousands in overtime pay.