Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms (TAAF) is a little-known federal program specifically designed to help small manufacturers recover and rebuild business lost to imports. For companies in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana, the program is managed by the Great Lakes Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (GLTAAC).
A pair of three-bill packages were introduced in both the House and Senate to shield employers from frivolous and baseless lawsuits arising out of COVID-19 while also extending Good Samaritan safeguards.
Interview with Bart Pickelman, Director of MIOSHA
On 3/10/20, the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) identified the state’s first two presumptive-positive cases of COVID-19, the Coronavirus — a respiratory illness which had spread quickly around the world since its initial detection in Wuhan City, China. In the months since, life has drastically shifted. Phrases like “social distancing” and “flattening the curve” have become commonplace and everyone from the elderly to schoolchildren have learned to make a cloth mask from household items.
MMA has helped launch a new coalition — Great Lakes Michigan Jobs — a diverse coalition of Michigan residents and organizations that support the construction the Great Lakes Tunnel.
Interview with Innovative Solution Partners Director Mustansir Saifuddin
Statement of MMA President & CEO John J. Walsh on the Critical Need for Increased Vigilance Against COVID-19
Here are a few steps to help you align your sales and marketing teams for increased revenue in a time where it is most needed.
Interview with Sean Egan, Deputy Director for Labor Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity
Interview with PVS Chemicals Inc. President & CEO David A. Nicholson