- The Michigan Employment Relations Commission (MERC) resolves labor disputes involving public and private sector employees by appointing mediators, arbitrators and fact finders, conducting union representation elections, determining appropriate bargaining units, and adjudicating unfair labor practice cases. The Bureau of Employment Relations is responsible for resolving labor disputes between public and private sector employers and employees.
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MERC Decisions MERC Decisions Pending Before the Michigan Court of Appeals MERC Decisions Pending Before the Michigan Supreme Court Fact Finding Reports and Act 312 Arbitration Awards
Michigan Employment Relations Commission Annual Report 2013 MERC Annual Report MERC Elections Certifications Chart of Recent Legislative Changes Impacting Collective Bargaining
MERC Basics - A Brief Overview of Key Points and Services MERC Ruling on Shelby Township under 2011 PA 152 and 2011 PA 54 issued 8/18/14. Application to and Removal from MERC's Act 312 Arbitrator and Fact Finder Panels Save the Date March 26-27 MERC Act 312/Fact Finder Constituent Training MERC Ruling on Pontiac School District under 2011 PA 102 and PA 103 -Decision issued 3-17-14 2013 MERC Annual Report Chart of Recent Legislative Changes Impacting Collective Bargaining