Judge Lifts Stay On Suit Over Extra Pension ChecksIt was a victory in court Wednesday for AFSCME Council 25.
Unions To City: Get Out Of Bankruptcy Court And Back To Bargaining TableUAW President Bob King says the state has the responsibility to live up to its promises.
Protest Over Snyder's Policies Rally Hundreds In DetroitAFSCME Local along with other union members were protesting hiring of an emergency manager for the city of Detroit.
Detroit EM To End Contracts With 2 Of City's Biggest UnionsThe office of Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr has sent letters to two of the city’s biggest unions, informing that their contracts will end when they expire in 10 days.
Detroit Water Workers Protest Contract Changes, Wage CutsMembers of a local union will be picketing the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department Tuesday afternoon, protesting a new contract offer that they strongly oppose.
Flint Emergency Manager Says 3 Unions OK DealsFlint's state-appointed emergency financial manager says two police unions and a firefighters union have voted to approve labor agreements with the city following talks about potential concessions.
Detroit Reaches Tentative Contract Deal With City UnionsAfter weeks of intense talks, Detroit's major unions and the city finally have a tentative contract.
Unions React To Mayor Bing's Call For CutsWhile Mayor Dave Bing calls for paycuts and concessions, an AFSME local rep tells WWJ unions have offered concrete proposals the city has ignored.
Union Representing DPS Workers To File Lawsuit Over Wage Concessions A union representing hundreds of Detroit Public School employees plans to file a federal lawsuit over wage concessions being mandated by the district.
DPS Workers Expected To Gather For Emergency MeetingHundreds of Detroit Public School special education teacher assistants, special education bus attendants, food service workers and school technicians are expected to gather Friday afternoon for an emergency meeting.
EMU, Union Reach Tentative Contract DealFood 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.