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Klondike recognized for work with Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Dave Anderson, Department of Workforce Development assistant deputy secretary, highlighted the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation's business services initiative to engage more employers across the state while visiting Klondike Cheese Company, Monroe. Pictured, from left, is Ben Swedlund, Anderson, Jon Brunner and Wendy Cuevas. (Photo supplied)
MONROE - Department of Workforce Development Secretary Reggie Newson said that Klondike Cheese Company, Monroe, was an example of how recruiting and hiring people with disabilities can help employers succeed, which is the focus for Governor Walker's proclamation of 2014 as Year of A Better Bottom Line. "I want to commend Klondike Cheese Company for doing their part in growing Wisconsin's economy," Newson said. "The partnership that Klondike Cheese Company has with our agency's Division of Vocational Rehabilitation is a good example of finding the right person for the right job."