Finding and keeping the right people has an enormous impact on an organization’s performance. To ensure success, companies need to find employees who have the potential to be top performers. Kenosha has a reputation for having a labor force with a superior work ethic. Surprising? It shouldn’t be. After all, nearly 54% of Kenosha County residents 25 years and over have some post secondary education. And being able to tap the talent pools of both Chicago and Milwaukee doesn’t hurt either.
DEBRA WALLER
Chairman of the Board & C.E.O.,
Jockey International, Inc.

KABA Annual Meeting - The Battle for Talent: How Kenosha County Can Compete and Win
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Date: Thursday, April 2
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Location:UW-Parkside Student Center Ballroom
Cost: $40 KABA members; $65 non-members
At its annual meeting, KABA will provide an update on Kenosha County’s economic development landscape...Read more