Michigan Unemployment Office Info

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Your Michigan Unemployment office is one stop shopping to help you, the out of work Michigan resident, get back onto the roles of the employed, or to assist you in filing for your unemployment in Michigan, but the Michigan Unemployment Office can do so much more for you than just help you to file for your unemployment or to give you the jobs that are open currently in your area.

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Visiting a Michigan unemployment office will permit you to use the computers in that office to search all of the jobs available in your state, as well as to file a resume that can then be used to match you with the positions open that require your particular skills and experiences.

P1163411At your Michigan unemployment offices you can find help with a new job by taking advantage of the services such as retraining, and job counselors who will help you not only to determine what kind of job you’re best suited for, but which jobs are up and coming in the area, so that you will have more job security in case of an economic down turn.

Michigan Unemployment offices will also help our to file your initial unemployment claims,. While they do recommend that you file online, if you run into problems in doing so the trained and helpful staff will assist you in both filing for and recertifying for your unemployment compensation claims in Michigan, as well as explaining what your rights are under Michigan unemployment, and your responsibilities in order to keep your benefits.

The federal unemployment extensions that are available to you in Michigan can be explained to you, as well as how to qualify for them, and if you are eligible for those extended benefits, along with some other benefits offered to you by the state of Michigan.

Although there is a great deal available to you on the Michigan unemployment web site, there are also multiple reasons you may need to visit a Michigan unemployment office. There are multiple offices available to you in each region of Michigan, many of which are located for your convenience on the web site, but are however also available to you by telephone if you phone the main offices of the Michigan unemployment office.

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6 Comments »

  1. Lynda Betts Said,

    December 14, 2009 @ 4:39 pm

    If I have to start tapping into my investment money to survive, will that effect my unemployment? What if I go on Social Security? Will ss effect my unemployment benefits? I need to know relatively soon, as my savings are almost gone. I can not pay my bills with unemployment alone. I need to subsidize to survive. Please respond soon. thanks Lynda

  2. chester griffin Said,

    December 15, 2009 @ 7:27 am

    I am unemployed and need a ucfe-935 form e-mailed to me

  3. admin Said,

    December 15, 2009 @ 8:02 am

    Lynda
    I do not work for the government, so please look into this closer
    This all depends (you should start reducing your bills as much as possible), but here is some information on that
    Can I collect unemployment benefits if I’m receiving Social Security payments? –Anthony, San Antonio, Texas

    A: The short answer is “yes,” in 46 states. Not so many years ago, a federal law required that states offset unemployment compensation benefits in part, or in full, for individuals receiving Social Security retirement payments. A subsequent federal law then permitted states to decide on such “Social Security offsets” through legislation—and thank goodness they did.

    Today, only three states, Illinois, Louisiana, and Utah, retain the “offset” rule. South Dakota has repealed the rule but not yet implemented the change. In these states, unemployment compensation benefits are reduced by 50 percent of your Social Security payment. This can reduce unemployment benefits to near zero for most workers.

    In 2002, 22 states still had offset rules, with five of those requiring a 100 percent offset. That meant that if you received Social Security retirement payments and lost your job, you received no unemployment compensation. With the combined efforts of major advocacy groups, including the National Employment Law Project and AARP, most offset laws have been repealed.

    “In 2002, we could not have foreseen how radically the economy would change within a few years,” said Clare Hushbeck, who led the advocacy effort for AARP. “The drive to repeal unemployment compensation offsets permits countless Social Security recipients to benefit from employer-paid unemployment benefits free of offsets and allowing them a stronger safety net in the event of job loss.”
    http://www.aarp.org/money/work/articles/skladany_unemployment_ss.html

    Basically

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  4. admin Said,

    December 15, 2009 @ 8:12 am

    Chester
    This is not a government site, and all I can find is this
    http://www.docstoc.com/docs/790870/SF-Unemployment-Compensation-for-Federal-Employees-UCFE

    I believe you need to contact your last federal employer and ask them for the forms.

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  5. Steve Said,

    January 6, 2013 @ 1:36 pm

    To begin unemployment benefits a face to face visit to an unemployment office is required. Googled “michigan unemployment office locations” and was sent to this site where there are no locations provided. Tried michigan.gov/uia and unable to find locations there either. Where do I go? Please help!

  6. admin Said,

    January 7, 2013 @ 12:30 pm

    I thought that information was there,

    I have added the information to that section.

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