Nurses file lawsuit against Michigan Medicine, threaten work stoppage
Nurses from the University of Michigan Professional Nurses Council are voting this week to consider a work stoppage in protest to what they say are "unfair labor practices" at UM hospitals, clinics and other health care facilities. The UMPC believes the university is breaking both state and federal law by repeatedly violating the workplace rights of employees, provoking the union to take legal action before the Michigan Employment Relations Commission and in federal court.
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