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This policy document takes effect immediately and is in effect until further notice. This policy document replaces previous Job Posting Policy and Procedures documents.
For assistance in answering questions, refer to the Contact Information in Section C of this document.
This document provides direction on Job Center of Wisconsin (JCW) job posting policies and procedures. Use this document as the first source of technical assistance when questions arise regarding official policy or procedures about Job Center of Wisconsin job postings. If this document does not answer a job posting-related question, consult the Job Posting Policy Contact listed in Section C of this document.
The Job Center of Wisconsin system, built and maintained by the Division of Employment and Training (DET), is the cornerstone of the labor exchange system in Wisconsin. It is important that accurate job postings are listed on Job Center of Wisconsin so job seekers and employers are connected in a proper and timely fashion.
Job seekers and employers must trust the information found on Job Center of Wisconsin. If not, job seekers will seek other methods of finding employment and employers will go elsewhere to recruit qualified applicants for their job openings. A quality job posting will provide complete, accurate and factual information about the position. It must be written so that the general public can understand the job. Job Center of Wisconsin is a government web site and must be held to the highest standards.
All job postings posted directly to Job Center of Wisconsin must:
Access to Job Center of Wisconsin will be provided to bona fide employers and their agents engaging in legal business. Job postings that do not adhere to the policies in this document will be removed and the employer may be denied further access and service until the issue has been resolved to the Department's satisfaction.
The policies and procedures contained in this document are the job posting policies and procedures of the Department of Workforce Development's Division of Employment and Training.
Employers and their agents agree to abide by the policies and procedures set forth in this document.
The following job posting policies and procedures are divided into three sections: