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Reed City MI Unemployment Career Center Office

Reed City MI Unemployment Career Center Office provide individuals seeking employment all the latest tools to find and keep that special job. Employers will find assistance in recruiting new employees including a national job listing network, applicant screening, and space in the centers to conduct testing and employment interviews.

Michigan Works! Osceola Service Center

240 East Church Avenue
Reed City, MI 49677
phn: 231-832-3131

Comprehensive One-Stop Career Centers


One Response to Reed City MI Unemployment Career Center Office

  1. Please release the stop payment indicator on my account I have no alerts and have sent all documentation that was asked of me I keep sending letters by my MIwam account I have even faxed too I get no results call but put on hold disconnected cant chat always busy. So I’m trying this I was laid off Nov 2020-March 2021and denied on that claim I am protesting
    Now this years layoff Jan 2022-March 2022 was allowed but there is a stop payment indicator for the weeks I have certified for I have returned to work. Im just trying to get my benefits to take care of my family. I had a problem with being locked out of my account finally got that back up then tells me claims denied cause I was late submitting Im not sure if I did something wrong this whole process is very confusing I need help.

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