WisPolitics Luncheon: Rising Worker Activism & the WI Economy

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WisPolitics Luncheon: Rising Worker Activism & the WI Economy

Join us for a luncheon and panel discussion about rising worker activism and what it means for the Wisconsin economy.

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The Madison Club 5 E. Wilson Street Madison, WI 53703

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Join us for an in-person buffet luncheon at The Madison Club on Tuesday, Dec. 14 for a panel discussion on "Rising worker activism and what it means for the Wisconsin economy". Our panel of experts will discuss today's workers who are seeking greater flexibility, increased pay and new career goals. All of these factors are changing the labor market.

Panelists:

Stephanie Bloomingdale, president of the Wisconsin AFL-CIO

https://www.wisaflcio.org/about-us/stephanie-bloomingdale-1

Kristine Hillmer, president and CEO of the Wisconsin Restaurant Association

https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristinehillmer

Michael Childers, professor in the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

https://schoolforworkers.wisc.edu/staff/childers-michael/

This luncheon is sponsored by Husch Blackwell, American Family Insurance, Xcel Energy, Walmart, AARP Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Hospital Association.

WisPolitics.com subscribers and members, as well as Madison Club members and their guests, receive discounted pricing for WisPolitics luncheons.