Michigan recently made several changes to its Employment Security Act dealing with unemployment insurance. Among other things, the act now requires those seeking unemployment benefits to be actively seeking work and details how they must report the progress of their employment search. It also touches upon seasonal employment, indicating that seasonal workers can receive unemployment benefits payable only for weeks of employment occurring during the normal seasonal work period. The amendment updates the definition of a seasonal worker and states that employers can apply to the Unemployment Insurance Agency to be designated a seasonal employer.
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