SEIU New Solutions is hosting a speak-out event on Wednesday, June 27, to allow unemployed workers and their advocates to voice their concerns over the pitfalls and inefficiencies of Michigan’s unemployment system.
Some new help could be coming for people looking for jobs in Metro Detroit.
The Republican-led Michigan Legislature on Wednesday approved legislation aimed at stabilizing the state’s unemployment benefits fund, including a bill that could make it tougher for some to get and keep jobless benefits.
The President’s speech struck a chord for many workers who’ve lost their jobs.
Congress has appropriated $775 million over the past two years for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, a wide-ranging plan to improve the region’s environmental health.
With officials estimating it takes 6 to 9 months for the average unemployed worker to find a new job, how are those without work coping?
State Democrats are asking Governor Snyder to veto a bill they say would hurt hundreds of thousands of the state’s unemployed.
U.S. Congressman Sander Levin stopped in Madison Heights Monday to hear the continuing plight of some of his unemployed constituents.
Governor Granholm is touting a new state fund she says will help up to 17,000 Michigan homeowners avoid foreclosure. But you’ll need to lean on your lender to take advantage.
Are you unemployed and about to lose your home? There may be help for you. Michigan is sharing $154 million dollars with four other states in the country to help 17,000 homeowners keep their homes.