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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 423. Labor Disputes and Employment Relations § 423.207

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Sec. 7.  (1) Upon the request of the collective bargaining representative defined in section 11   1 or, if a representative has not been designated or selected, upon the request of a majority of any given group of public employees evidenced by a petition signed by the majority and delivered to the commission, or upon request of any public employer of the employees, the commission forthwith shall mediate the grievances set forth in the petition or notice, and for the purposes of mediating the grievances, the commission shall exercise the powers and authority conferred upon the commission by sections 10 and 11 of Act No. 176 of the Public Acts of 1939, as amended, being sections 423.10 and 423.11 of the Michigan Compiled Laws.

(2) At least 60 days before the expiration date of a collective bargaining agreement, the parties shall notify the commission of the status of negotiations.  If the dispute remains unresolved 30 days after the notification on the status of negotiations and a request for mediation is not received, the commission shall appoint a mediator.

1  M.C.L.A. § 423.211.

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