Because we have had a lot of interest, Michigan Corrections Organization is forming a young members’ committee to help steer the direction of the Union to ensure member strength in the future. As both the corrections industry and labor are constantly changing, it is essential for members to take a role in shaping their union […]
Check out the Spring/Summer 2017 MCO Report! This new format is optimized for online reading. Also, you’ll find lots of handy links to quickly email us or jump to an important website. When you view the MCO Report in full screen mode, you’ll see buttons at the bottom to zoom, share, etc. Read the Spring/Summer […]
Changing the narrative starts with us. We are our own best advocates. That’s why MCO is pleased to introduce a new publication, In Their Own Words. It tells the stories of 10 MCO members who are doing great things in their communities, such as serving on school or township boards, coaching kids’ sports, or fighting […]
For the first time in more than 10 years, the MDOC will host Employee Recreation Day Friday, July 14 at Riverwood Resort in Mt. Pleasant. All MDOC employees, retirees, and their adult guests are invited. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and events start at 10 a.m. Activities include golf, canvas painting, bowling, bingo, bocce ball, […]
After weeks of debate and hundreds of calls by our members, MCO got its first look at the revised Department of Corrections budget at the joint House and Senate conference committee on Wednesday. In total, the committee opted not to adopt the Senate’s $41 million in cuts but did agree to $17.5 million less than […]
The proposed budget includes funding for new recruits, but requires $10 million in cuts to be spread out among all facilities, except WHV. The Senate originally wanted to cut $41.6 million.
Enter to win tickets to the Detroit Tigers game on Father’s Day June 18th. Three lucky members will each receive 5 tickets to the game, plus…