Workers at more than a dozen Tribune workplaces face inexcusable disparities
Members of Tribune Publishing Guilds released a study March 6, documenting rampant pay disparities based on race, gender and ethnicity at more than a dozen Tribune newsrooms across the country.
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Employees the Fortune Union staged a 24-hour walkout on March 16 to protest management’s “bad faith” in contract negotiations and to demand a fair, equitable collective bargaining agreement. They also filed Labor Board charges against the company.
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This article was first posted on the website of the Montana News Guild on Nov. 2, 2020.
The staff of Montana’s only union newspaper has approved its first contract in a historic vote.
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March 9, 2020 – The Center for Public Integrity Union voted unanimously on March 6 to ratify a historic first contract with management of CPI, one of the country’s oldest nonprofit newsrooms. Continue reading “Center for Public Integrity Union ratifies historic first contract”
Jan. 2, 2020 – The Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh has won a grievance protesting the Post-Gazette’s failure to pay for healthcare premium increases for the past two years, the local announced Dec. 30. Continue reading “Pittsburgh Local wins arbitration on health care premiums”
Dec. 16, 2019 – The Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh will end a byline strike on Dec. 18, one month after it began the job action to protest “economic injustice and a hostile workplace.” Continue reading “As Pittsburgh Guild ends byline strike, union vows to keep up pressure”
This article first appeared on the website of Washington Post Guild.
Nov. 8, 2019 – Washington Post employees work hard every day to ensure that our company is a leader in the journalism industry. Members of our company’s union, The Washington Post Newspaper Guild, believe The Post should also lead the way in how it treats its staff.
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Below is a copy of the announcement that first appeared on the website of LAT Guild.
Oct. 31, 2019 – Journalists of the Los Angeles Times voted 388 to 3 on Thursday to ratify the first collective bargaining agreement in the newsroom’s 138-year history. The contract will dramatically improve the quality of life for the journalists who produce The Times as well as help lift standards across the media industry. Continue reading “L.A. Times journalists ratify groundbreaking first contract”
Oct. 16, 209 – After 15 months of bargaining, the Los Angeles Times Guild reached a tentative agreement with management on a groundbreaking first contract, the union announced today. Continue reading “L.A. Times Guild reaches tentative agreement on groundbreaking first contract”
Oct. 8, 2019 – The post below was written by John Hill and sent to the Arizona Republic Guild.
My name is John Hill. I’m a recently retired reporter of 39 years and former president of the Providence (R.I.) Newspaper Guild, a local that includes three GateHouse papers. During my time in Providence, the Journal was sold twice. I can’t emphasize how important it was that we had a guild to protect us from the newly arrived corporate “geniuses.” Continue reading “John Hill: ‘Without our union, we’d still be working under those draconian conditions‘”