Training and Development: Michigan
Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.
Author: Rhonda H. Armstrong, Pilchak & Cohen, P.C.
- Michigan law does not specifically require equal employment opportunity (EEO) or similar training. However, employers should conduct it to minimize risk. See EEO Training.
- Michigan extends nondiscrimination protections to apprenticeships and training. See Accommodation During Training.
- Michigan's MIOSHA has several training requirements that largely follow federal requirements. MIOSHA requires employers to conduct specific training, depending on the occupation. See Safety Training.
- Michigan law permits payment of a training wage for employees aged under 20 for their first 90 days of employment, with some restrictions. See Training Wage.
- Michigan's Department of Career Development and Michigan Works! provide several training and development services. See Career Development Initiatives.