A well-educated labor force provides significant benefits to Nebraska employers. Nebraska workers are among the most productive, are readily trainable, and are known for their strong work orientation and technical proficiency; Wisner labor is no exception. Low absenteeism and labor turnover rates, combined with mechanically adept and readily trainable workers, directly translate into industry profitability.
Nebraska has a right-to-work provision in its constitution. In 2015, 7.7% of Nebraska's workers were members of labor unions compared to a national figure of 11.7%. Less than 1% of the total non-agricultural labor force in Wisner is unionized.