Finding and keeping the right people has an enormous impact on your organization’s performance. To ensure success, companies need to find people who have the potential to be top performers.
The superior work ethic of Kenosha is something that has been recognized by companies that have relocated to Kenosha County in recent years. And nearly 54% of Kenosha County residents 25 years and over have some post secondary education. Kenosha County’s relatively large outflow of workers is a potential source of employees for Kenosha area businesses and future businesses, and reinforces the idea that Kenosha is a good place to live. It also doesn’t hurt that Kenosha is so close to both Chicago and Milwaukee.
Young Leaders in Kenosha (Y-Link)
Y-Link exists to attract, retain and engage the next generation of leaders in our community.
This new, local, young professional organization offers high-level programming that balances those components most important to its demographic: professional development, community engagement and connecting through networking opportunities.
Almost one third of Kenosha’s population made up of YPs, and many are committed to making Kenosha the best place to live, work and do business.
Learn more about Y-Link at www.ylinkenosha.com.