Many readers of this blog post might reasonably have a quick and strongly adverse reaction when they contemplate its above-posed headline query.
Michigan legislators passed the seminal Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act more than 40 years ago as a supplementary and clarifying measure to federal safeguards against discrimination.
Descriptions of work environments that select employees in companies spanning Michigan and the United States find unpleasant -- even intolerable – run a broad gamut.
What if you a Michigan employee clearly wronged – that is, unlawfully treated – by workplace management? Examples of that are many and diverse, and often encompassed within discriminatory treatment practiced in a company.
A multitude of federal and state statutory and case law provisions safeguard Michigan workers and their peers nationally from the scourge of workplace discrimination.