By Isabel Lohman
Retired Michigan public school employees can now return to work sooner than before without forgoing their pension benefits under the latest measure intended to help reduce a shortage of teachers and other school workers.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed House Bill 4752 into law Tuesday. The law allows public school employees to work in public schools after retiring while keeping their retirement benefits as long as they either wait six months, or if they choose to work within six months and earn no more than $15,100 in the calendar year.
Read more at Bridge Michigan: https://www.bridgemi.com/talent-education/gretchen-whitmer-signs-bill-easing-rehiring-retired-michigan-teachers