HILLSDALE, JACKSON, LENAWEE, LIVINGSTON AND WASHTENAW, MI – The United States Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (USDOL) has proposed a Wagner-Peyser Staffing Act Rule that would have catastrophic consequences for our state’s businesses and talent. This includes local veterans, refugee and immigrant services, career seekers and businesses that currently rely on our services.
The impact this proposed rule change would have on Michigan Residents includes;
The impact this proposed rule change would have on Businesses includes;
“The proposed federal rule change isn’t something that should be taken lightly, and will negatively impact the communities we serve,” said Shamar Herron, Executive Director, Michigan Works! Southeast. “You are talking about services that help local families take the next step towards a better future for themselves or their families,” said Herron. “We need you to take action. We need your voice to be heard! We have until June 21st, 2022 to provide public comment to the USDOL and demonstrate your opposition to this proposed rule change,” said Herron.
You can help by making your voice heard!
For a list of resources and more information, visit www.mwse.org/act-now
Michigan Works! Southeast connects employers and job seekers to a better future in Hillsdale, Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, and Washtenaw Counties as part of a statewide Michigan Works! system.