• The following guidance applies across the state, but there may be more restrictive or specific guidelines in your area.

    Please check your local health department website for more information.

  • Is your employer asking you to come work when you are sick? Are proper safety precautions not being taken in your workplace? Concerned about the withholding of wages?​

    Visit this page to find out where to file your complaint.​

    File a Complaint

Additional Resources & Assistance

  • The following resources are available to workers to ease anxieties and guide you through the uncertainties which come with this pandemic:

  • MIBridges

    Apply for health insurance, food and other assistance through MIBridges.

  • Unemployment Assistance

    Apply for unemployment assistance through the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency.

  • Michigan.gov/StayWell

    If you’re feeling emotional distress due to the COVID-19 pandemic, help is available. There are many ways to connect with emotional-support services without the need to leave home.

  • Community Action Agencies

    The CAA provides support in connecting you to resources in your community, including meal delivery, hygiene and cleaning boxes, and transportation services.​

  • Resources for Isolating at Home

    The MI COVID-19 Protect Page has guidance and resources on what to do if you are isolating or quarantining at home​.

  • Test

    We are partnering with medical providers to expand testing capacity and make sure that testing is free and easy to access.

  • Trace

    When someone tests positive for COVID-19, we will notify their close contacts so they know how to take the appropriate precautions to keep themselves and community members safe.

  • Protect

    We will ask those who have been exposed to COVID-19 to stay home to help contain the spread of the virus.