What is the Michigan Works program?
Michigan Works! has programs available to provide scholarships to help you go back to school for training: learn new skills and find long-term careers in an in-demand, high-wage field. Training opportunities include on-the-job training with local employers, skills upgrading, and occupational skills training.
Do you need an appointment for Michigan Works?
Clients can make an appointment by contacting their local Michigan Works! service center. A list of those service centers can be found on the Michigan Works!
Do you have to go to Michigan Works for unemployment?
Unemployed workers filing a new claim for benefits will be required to register for work with Michigan Works! staff and verify their registration with either an in person or virtual appointment.
What services does Michigan Works offer?
Michigan Works! provides jobseekers the support, training and services they need to get back to work, find new employment, obtain needed credentials, and more! Call your Local Michigan Works! One-Stop Service Center at 800-285-WORKS (9675).
Is Michigan Works open for walk ins?
MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) – U.P. Michigan works opened their doors in July 2021, to walk-in traffic after more than a year of working with the public by appointment only. Job seekers, employers, and partners are welcomed back.
Do I have to go to Michigan Works for unemployment?
Can I call Michigan Works help with unemployment?
Eligible employees should apply for unemployment benefits at Michigan.gov/UIA or by calling 1-866-500-0017. A factsheet on how to apply for benefits can also be found here. Michigan Works! resources can be found at MichiganWorks.org or by calling 1-800-285-WORKS.
How long does it take to get your first unemployment check in Michigan?
Although circumstances may vary, individuals should expect their first payment about three weeks after they file their claim. Subsequent payments are released every two weeks after the individual certifies.
How do I talk to someone at Michigan unemployment?
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE CUSTOMER SERVICE LINE CLAIMANTS; Call 1-866-500-0017 – Monday – Friday; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EMPLOYERS: Call 1-855-484-2636 – Monday – Friday; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you need a Spanish-speaking representative, wait until you hear the option in Spanish.
Is MiWAM and MILogin the same?
MILogin is the new single sign on application you will use to access your MiWAM (Michigan Web Account Manager) account. MiWAM is where you can view your unemployment claim, certify for benefits, submit job search contacts, etc.
How do I schedule an appointment with Michigan Works?
To schedule a phone or virtual appointment, call us at 269-927-1799 or email us at [email protected] You can also get more information on our Online Resources page. To file an unemployment claim, please file online at: Michigan.gov/UIA or call 1-866-500-0017 on your specified day of the week per the new schedule.
How do I talk to a live person at Michigan unemployment?
CLAIMANTS; Call 1-866-500-0017 – Monday – Friday; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EMPLOYERS: Call 1-855-484-2636 – Monday – Friday; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you need a Spanish-speaking representative, wait until you hear the option in Spanish.
How do I get ahold of Michigan Works?
Call your Local Michigan Works! One-Stop Service Center at 800-285-WORKS (9675).
How do I know if my Michigan unemployment claim was approved?
Go to ‘Unread Letters’ and click on ‘View Letters’. Click on ‘UIA 1575C – Claimant Mondet’. Additionally, you can find this letter under the ‘Determination Status’ tab. Click on the blue ‘Letter ID’ hyperlink on the left of ‘Monetary Determination’.