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January 2015 Archives

How employees can address employment disputes in Michigan

Most Michigan workers understand that employment-related disputes can severely affect a person's career prospects if the disputes are not handled appropriately and at the right time. This rule holds true for employees in every type of job, but probably the most affected types of employees are sales employees in businesses. They often fall victim to several discrimination practices used by their managers and employers.

Employer duties per Payment of Wages and Fringe Benefits Act

Michigan's Payment of Wages and Fringe Benefits Act of 1978 provides employees in the state with a certain set of rights in matters related to wage and hour laws. In addition to those rights, there are certain responsibilities that all employers in Michigan must fulfill in order to be in compliance with the act. Those responsibilities mainly pertain to recordkeeping and making statutory deductions.

Law covers Michigan workers' employee wages and benefits

Every worker wants to be paid on time. To ensure that workers in Michigan receive their wages and benefits on a timely basis, state lawmakers passed the Payment of Wages and Fringe Benefits Act in 1978 to set clear guidelines for both workers and employers. The act ensures that the following employee rights are protected.

Various types of employment discrimination in Michigan

Employment discrimination is prohibited by law in Michigan. There are numerous policies, regulations and statutes prohibiting several types of discrimination at the workplace across the state.

City clerk from Michigan alleges wrongful termination

Any termination of employment in violation of federal and state anti-discrimination laws is termed wrongful termination. Recently, a city clerk in Grand Rapids, Michigan filed a wrongful termination lawsuit of $1 million against the Mayor and the city government for violation of her civil rights guaranteed under the Constitution.


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