- Disability Compensation Workers' disability compensation is an employee benefit that has been available to Michigan workers since 1912. Compensation is provided for employees who can demonstrate their disability or death is as a result of a work-related injury or disease. Benefits are paid by the employers (either directly or through their insurance company). These benefits are separate from unemployment compensation, hospital, health or accident insurance. The Department of Labor & Economic Growth, Workers' Compensation Agency provides oversight for workers' disability compensation programs.
- Unemployment Insurance provides temporary income replacement
to workers who become unemployed through no fault of their own. The benefits are paid from the Unemployment Trust Fund which is administered in Michigan by the Unemployment Agency (UA) of the Department of Consumer and Industry Services.
Michigan's Workers' Wages
Energy and Telephone Assistance
- Telephone and Energy Programs for Eligible Persons Who is eligible and how to apply