Mayor Duggan: City Employees To Return To Full-Time Employment Starting April 12Hundreds of city of Detroit employees on a reduced hour work-share plan for the past year to save the city money, will return to work starting April 12.
Detroit Emergency Manager Freezing PensionsDetroit is steering thousands of city workers into 401(k)-style retirement accounts and freezing their accrued pension benefits.
Judge Lifts Stay On Suit Over Extra Pension ChecksIt was a victory in court Wednesday for AFSCME Council 25.
Detroit Workers' Salary, Benefits Cuts PendingProposed cuts to Detroit municipal workers' pay and benefits had not taken effect Friday, despite Mayor Dave Bing's urgency in imposing the new contracts he said would help the struggling city save more than $100 million a year.
City Workers Agree To Concessions In New AgreementThe city and many of its unions have reached new contract agreements.
Should Detroit City Workers Be Required To Live Within City Limits?It's been an ongoing debate: If you work for the city of Detroit, should you be required to live there?
Mayor Bing Asks City Council For Help With Union Concessions