Mid-Michigan mom says the change from virtual to in-person learning is extremely difficult for students that are disabled or in special education.
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Michigan likely paid about $8.5 billion in fraudulent or improper jobless benefits over a 19-month period during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a nearly $1 billion spending plan Monday using some of Michigan's federal COVID-19 relief funding.
Only a few months after terminating federal pandemic unemployment benefits early, several GOP-led states are now expanding jobless payments to…
Millions of Americans are leaving their jobs these days -- and they don't always have another one lined up.
The president is allotting 400 billion dollars to provide universal pre-schooling for all three and four year old’s.
With around 1,300 open positions, employers are doing what they can to get more people on their payroll.
In the search for workers in this tight labor market, companies have courted new hires with the promise of higher wages, sign-on bonuses, ampl…
According to Michigan’s Department of Labor, users will also be required to meet with Michigan Works either in-person or virtually to fully complete the process.
On top of the staffing shortage, there is an increased demand for affordable childcare. Liggins said its been a struggle to have both.