Deputy Sheriffs’ Union Severed In Two

Michigan’s collective bargaining law prohibits public employees from striking. As a tradeoff for the prohibition against striking in police and fire disputes, the Michigan Legislature created a system of binding arbitration as the last step in the negotiations process. Only certain employees are eligible for arbitration, specifically “employees engaged as policemen, or in fire fighting or subject to the hazards thereof, emergency medical service personnel employed by a police…

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