This year’s auto talks have reached what is traditionally referred to as “crunch time,” but there’s less “crunch” this year.
The Southfield-based The United States Advanced Battery Consortium LLC Monday announced the award of a $9.62 million advanced battery technology development contract to LG Chem Power Inc. of Troy.
Food service and maintenance workers at Eastern Michigan University have agreed to go without pay raises for two years and contribute more toward their health insurance as part of a tentative agreement.
Teachers will pay more in their own health care coverage. The district says the two-year deal will save 10-million dollars, ensuring that major programs won’t be slashed.
As quickly as you can say draft pick, the Detroit Lions are getting back to work quickly.
The West Bloomfield School Board is looking to end a months-long dispute by imposing a contract on their teachers with paycuts.
The contract for Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke has been finalized, and he stands to be well paid in his first year with the Wolverines.
Spirit Airlines Flight Attendants will conduct a nationwide picket on Friday, March 25 to protest management’s refusal to negotiate a fair and timely contract.
The United Auto Workers will hold a meeting in Detroit next week to lay the groundwork for upcoming contract talks.
The Royal Oak Commission postponed for one week after considering amendments on the contract for Arts, Beats and Eats.