Employers throughout Wisconsin are facing a real shortage of full time labor and this is affecting their ability to grow their businesses and our state. StageW has a plan to cultivate a labor pool of families with the certified job skills needed to satisfy this crucial need. If you believe the best plans build on core strengths, then watch this video and help StageW return prosperity to Wisconsin:
StageW believes it’s possible to build on Wisconsin’s strength as “America’s Dairyland” and begin growing the good paying jobs needed by families throughout our state. We accomplish this by transforming urban farming programs from small urban gardens to BIG businesses growing hundreds of good paying jobs that restore the health of entire communities.Families supporting one another
Our plan recruits family members for job training programs paying a living wage so they can support one another as they acquire the life and job skills needed to be successful in today’s highly automated food production and processing operations, dairies, and cheese plants. Families graduating from these programs will be certified as having acquired the job skills needed by employers in their community and in communities throughout Wisconsin.
Economic development that benefits taxpayers
By thoughtfully addressing the labor shortage and removing restrictions to growth, we bridge the needs of our families with the needs of our industries; return prosperity to our cities, towns and villages throughout Wisconsin; cultivate economic development for businesses of all sizes and; create a substantial benefit for taxpayers as families living in poverty graduate from government assistance to productive new lives where everyone thrives.
StageW believes it’s possible to build on Wisconsin’s strengths to help families and businesses thrive statewide. If you agree, share our plans with your friends; like our Facebook page and help us spread the word by inviting your friends to like our Facebook page, too.
If you want better lives for people throughout Wisconsin, it’s time to get involved.