MCO bargaining unit members are now under a new contract, effective Jan. 1, 2022. Read the 2022-2024 contract here. This three year contract includes a 7% pay raise over the first two years of the contract, a $3,250 retention incentive, guaranteed overtime pay on worked holidays, an additional state holiday, healthcare enhancements and state […]
Here you will find news and updates related to MCO’s advocacy efforts at the legislature and with department administration.
UPDATE 10/14/21: In our previous communications this week, we said eligible members should expect an invitation to vote on the contract by Oct. 15. Due to technical issues, invitations to vote will be emailed Saturday, Oct. 16. Members will still have plenty of time to vote. Thank you. UPDATE 10/13/21: The Collective Bargaining Review is […]
MCO is still working with an outside law firm to assist members with COVID-19-related workers compensation claims. Please contact The Law Offices of Charters, Tyler, Zack & Shearer, P. C. at (248) 321-4474. Advise them that you are a state corrections officer and contracted the virus. They will screen your case to determine if you […]
May 2-8 is Correctional Officers Week! Thank you, officers, for keeping prisons and communities safe and secure. As front line staff behind the walls, officers put their personal safety on the line for public safety. We truly believe corrections officers work Michigan’s toughest job. MCO has obtained a proclamation from the governor recognizing Correctional Officers […]
Facing the constant risk of contracting COVID-19 on the job is not easy. It can create anxiety, depression, and symptoms of emotional distress that you may never have experienced before. Would you like to learn how to manage these feelings and regain hope? Join the Michigan Stay Well grant team for “Uplifting our First Responders […]
MCO is hiring a Member Support Specialist. Full job description here.
If you’ve been forced to use your annual leave or sick leave for COVID-19 illness or quarantine, email Governor Whitmer to tell her Corrections Officers and FSAs need their leave time. We were excluded from the CARES Act.
MCO Members, As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, it continues to create extremely hazardous and stressful working conditions inside of all of the state prisons and the state forensic psychiatry hospital. As we all know, the pandemic conditions have been made even worse by the extremely high number of vacancies in our ranks. Simply put, […]