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.
Michigan state employee unions are launching a campaign against the state's governor, claiming he is a "flip-flopper" on the topics of bargaining and right-to-work legislation. Just two years ago, the governor pledged to collaborate with the unions collectively, which union representatives now say is a complete reversal of what is currently being put into practice. Workers within the coalition of unions are reporting that the new legislation is limiting their rights in the workplace.