The Great Lakes State has another important distinction: being the first state to join the Union. Today The Office of the Governor of Michigan, head of the state's executive branch, oversees more than a dozen agencies and departments, as well as various boards, commissions, and councils. The governor, elected to a term of four years since the election – more...of 1966, is responsible for enacting laws passed by Michigan's bicameral legislature (consisting of the Senate and House of Representatives), upholding state judiciary rulings, and preparing the state's budget. Democrat Jennifer Granholm, the state's first female governor, was elected to her second term as Michigan's 47th governor in 2006. – less
Written by Investigator (Current Employee) from Detroit, MI on May 14, 2020
It’s very bureaucratic. The work is often more about checking boxes than helping
people which can be very frustrating. Each agency is managed differently, so your experience at one agency can be completely different at another
What do employees at State of Michigan say about culture and work-life balance?
good place to work
Written by Employment Service Interviewer (Former Employee) from Detroit, MI on March 16, 2020
A typical day at work was easy did not learn to much management kida stayed out the way unless something was wrong.work place culture very diverse easy people to with with from other agencies. Hardest part of the job was not being able to help my veterans more. Most enjoyable was seeing a Veteran leave satisfied.