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April 2014 Archives

App launched to fight discrimination in Michigan

Many workers in Detroit, Michigan unnecessarily suffer every day because of workplace discrimination. Hostility in the workplace can affect an employee's morale and productivity and may result in resignation. Although reporting discriminatory practices may be the wisest decision, there are still risks involved, including retaliation and termination. Fortunately, technology can help ease the reporting of workplace discrimination.

Employees at Michigan McDonalds join suit against fast-food giant

Employees are the core of many businesses in the U.S. Unfortunately, some companies fail to properly compensate the hard work and dedication of their staff, paying extremely low wages and sometimes even withholding the income they rightfully deserve.

Michigan business execs want gender discrimination banned

Under employment law, it is unlawful to discriminate employees based on gender, race, religious belief or physical disability. Unfortunately, many employees across the United States, including in Michigan, suffer from discrimination based on sexual orientation. Now some state business leaders think it is time for one of the last areas of discrimination to be outlawed.

Michigan school district and union's contract dispute heats up

Many employees in Detroit, Michigan, rely on employment contracts when disagreements arise from workplace disputes. Unfortunately, even the smallest oversight in an employment contract can completely alter the intentions of the employer and the employees.