Helpful Links

Career Opportunities

Salaried Opportunities - Management, support, administrative, professional or plant supervisory positions in a business unit or plant location.


Wage Opportunities - Plant hourly positions responsible for various aspects of production, operations and maintenance.


Opportunities for Existing Employees- If you are an existing salaried employee, please access the employment opportunities posted on the Business Portal.

Temporary Wage Replacement

Fact Sheet


Unemployment claim form 


Website to file unemployment claims: www.michigan.gov/uia

Outplacement Support

Upon receipt of a layoff notice from U. S. Steel, visit a MIWorks center to register and upload your resume.  MIWorks will notify the state unemployment department, and you will gain access to a variety of career resources and training events, including how to create or update your resume and how to sharpen your interview skills.


MichiganWorks website: www.michiganworks.org 

 

Important Info. for Individuals Impacted by U.S. Steel Layoff

Meet with counselors for career preparation and training, attend resume writing and interviewing skills workshops, job fairs and search for jobs


SEMCA website: www.semca.org

 

Important Info. for Individuals Impacted by U.S. Steel Layoff

Create or upload your resume and search for jobs


Pure Michigan Talent Connect website: www.mitalent.org 
 

Employment verification provider 


Verify Advantage phone number:866-894-7687


Verify Advantage website: www.verifyadvantage.com
 

United Way’s 211 service is a free and confidential service that helps individuals locate resources and services such as utility assistance, food, health care, financial counseling, caregivers, childcare assistance and more 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


United Way 211 phone number: Dial 211, or call the United Way of Southeast Michigan directly at (313) 226-9200


United Way 211 website, which includes email, live chat and searchable database options: www.unitedwaysem.org/2-1-1 

Skills Enhancement / Job Retraining Programs

Tuition Assistance document


Career Development Center (CDC) contact: Kevin Mahoney (313) 749-5240

Classes offered at Career Development Center.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Free, confidential services and referrals for a variety of needs ranging from counseling to financial services to health care and much more (while you are eligible for Company medical benefits). 


Empathia – LifeMatters website: www.mylifematters.com

Empathia – LifeMatters phone number: (800) 634-6433

Empathia – Moving Forward After Job Loss

Empathia – Financial Health After Job Loss

Empathia – New Roads After Layoff

Empathia – Job Loss Impact on Children

Continued Health Coverage

Continued medical, dental, and vision care under terms of applicable plan


U. S. Steel Supplemental Unemployment Benefits program FAQs document – represented employees


U. S. Steel Supplemental Unemployment Benefits program FAQs document – non-represented employees


U. S. Steel Benefits Service Center phone number: (412) 433-5790 or toll free (877) 877-4586 (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern)


U. S Steel Benefits Service Center email: BenefitsServiceCenter@uss.com
 

401(k) Vesting (Non-represented only)

Full vesting of any company contributions to the 401(k) plan under terms of applicable plan if your employment is involuntarily terminated; see Non-represented Employee FAQs.

 
Fidelity Investments (plan administrator) website: www.netbenefits.com/ussteel 


Fidelity Investments (plan administrator) phone number: (866) 395-4877

Continued Retirement Contributions (Represented only)

Continued retirement contributions to the Steelworkers Pension Trust (SPT) for up to two years while on layoff; see Union FAQs.

SPT website: spt-usw.org 


SPT phone number: (800) 848-1953