Senate Votes To End Straight-Ticket Voting, Union Leave Time "This bill will hurt more than just unions - it will hurt a lot of the supervisors," said Democratic Sen. Vincent Gregory of Southfield.
Board Dismisses Ruling To Allow College Athletes To UnionizeThe National Labor Relations Board has dismissed a historic ruling that Northwestern University football players are school employees who are entitled to form what would be the nation's first union of college athletes
Unions Representing Michigan Workers Lose Case Over DuesThe Michigan Supreme Court says state workers can't be forced to pay labor unions for negotiating contracts and providing other services.
Detroit Janitors Demand 'Family Sustaining' $15 Per Hour WageHow much should janitors be paid?
Dockworkers' Labor Dispute Cuts Production At Honda Indiana PlantProduction at the Honda plant will be cut in half for the rest of the week.
Unions Lose Challenge To Michigan Right-To-Work LawA judge has rejected a challenge from opponents of Michigan's right-to-work law who claimed people were illegally locked out of the Capitol when lawmakers debated the legislation in 2012.
Michigan Supreme Court To Hear Major Right-To-Work CaseUnions have much to lose if the decision stands.
Michigan Close To Banning Student-Athlete UnionsAthletes would be blocked from unionizing at public universities under a bill that won final passage Tuesday.
UAW Leaders: Consensus Reached With Volkswagen UAW officials say the creation of Local 42 will avoid the need for another election that could involve "third-party interference."
New Face Of UAW Stresses Membership Solidarity, Bridging Pay GapsAttendees heard from Teamsters President James Hoffa, followed by newly-elected UAW President Dennis Williams delivering his inaugural address.
UAW Raises Dues For 1st Time In 47 YearsRepresentatives from local unions across the nation approved the increase with a show of hands, raising dues from two hours of pay per month to 2 1/2 hours.
Dues Increase 'A Big Issue' At UAW Constitutional Convention Underway In DetroitLeadership, organizing and dues are high on the minds of delegates meeting in Detroit for the first day of the UAW's Constitutional Convention.