SENATE BILL NO. 330
"Full employment planning act of 1978,"
by amending section 3 (MCL 408.903), as amended by 1981 PA 131.
the people of the state of michigan enact:
Sec. 3. (1) Not later than November 1 , 1981 and annually thereafter, each year, the department of labor and economic opportunity shall submit to the governor a report setting forth projections for the immediately subsequent 5 years which that includes all of the following:
(a) Projected trends in the levels of employment, production, and purchasing power, and a review of economic conditions affecting these economic trends.
(b) Projected levels and types of employment available in both the private and public sectors.
(c) Projected levels and characteristics of the labor force in this state.
(d) Projected levels of unemployment by type and area.
(e) The identity by race, age, sex, occupation, education, income, and geographic location of persons individuals in this state who will not be provided a job opportunity or commensurate employability service as identified in subdivision (b) and subsection (8), and who will require income support , or other supportive services, or both.
(f) Current and projected levels of wage disparity for men and women who perform the same work.
(g) (f) Full supporting social and economic data upon which mandatory statements required by subdivisions (a) to (e) (f) are based, including demographics, labor force statistics and characteristics, and additional data upon which the statements are based. To the degree feasible, the data shall must include indicators which that clearly depict the distribution of social and economic benefits by race, age, sex, income, residence, and other relevant demographic characteristics.
(h) (g) A status report of the recommendations in the biennial employment plan submitted by the governor in accordance with subsection (6).
(2) On Not later than November 1 , 1981, and on of every even numbered year, thereafter, the department of labor and economic opportunity shall submit to the governor an employment plan setting forth recommendations by priority for all of the following:
(a) Increasing the number of unsubsidized employment opportunities.
(b) Increasing the employability of the unskilled, low-skilled, and obsoletely skilled members of the labor force.
(c) Creating subsidized job opportunities that will provide labor for the production of essential goods or services.
(d) Increasing the effectiveness of the public education system in equipping youth with skills, attitudes, and experiences necessary for a successful transition to the labor force.
(e) Legislation that, which if enacted, would cause the creation of new employment opportunities or the retention of existing employment.
(f) Decreasing the wage disparity between men and women who perform the same work.
(3) The recommendations referred to in subsection (2) which that require the an appropriation of funds shall must be supported by a concise statement of resource requirements. Other recommendations shall must be supported by sufficient explanation to enable the legislature to clearly understand the course of action to be taken and the agency which that has been, or will be, charged by the governor to carry out the proposed action.
(4) The department of labor and economic opportunity and the department of social health and human services shall include, as a part of the initial submission of the employment plan to the governor, a report analyzing the relationship of income maintenance programs and the full employment policies of this act.
(5) Not later than 10 days after the legislature convenes in January of 1982, and annually thereafter, each year, the governor shall transmit to the legislature a report which meets the requirements prescribed as described in subsection (1).
(6) Not later than 10 days after the legislature convenes in January