When a temporary reprieve expires, Michigan employers can take a hit

In the weeks since the state’s temporary unemployment benefits expired, employers have found themselves on the hook for millions in unemployment insurance payments.

But in a few states, the government has made it easy for them to extend their benefits.

Michigan is one of them.

In the past two weeks, Michigan has extended its unemployment benefits at least three times.

Michigan has not only extended benefits for up to six months but also extended benefits a couple of times.

As a result, employers that lost their jobs during the downturn can take advantage of the state-imposed extensions.

But some employers have been left to pick up the tab, with a small percentage of workers being eligible for an extension.

For those who lost their job, the most likely outcome is that their jobless benefits will be extended.

But if the state doesn’t extend their unemployment benefits, the jobless workers are going to be left out in the cold.

If you’re a part-time worker who lost your job during the recession and is currently receiving unemployment benefits and would like to be offered a full-time position, here’s what you need to know about your options.

What to do if you lose your job: If you lose or are about to lose your current job, your options are limited.

The state of Michigan offers an extended unemployment benefits package that lasts from six months to one year.

The package also includes job training and other assistance.

However, most employers will have to wait to see if their benefits are extended, as Michigan has yet to extend unemployment benefits in full.

How to apply: You can apply for the state jobless assistance through the Michigan Department of Workforce Development.

You’ll need to submit an application that includes: A current paycheck or other payment;