Michigan Works! Southeast Turnover Study
In February 2019, six Michigan Works! Agencies contracted with the Workforce Intelligence Network for Southeast Michigan to examine employee turnover in the region. We learned that employee turnover is not tracked at the Federal or State level, which is why we feel it is incredibly important to identify key reasons for employee turnover.
Based on research conducted by United Way, we are becoming more familiar with the needs of members in our communities who are working more than one job and are still earning less than the poverty level of income, or the ALICE Population (Asset Limited Income Constraint Employed). We commend United Way for their continued efforts in conducting research and sharing their findings with their community partners.