Feb. 15, 2019 – Journalists at the Los Angeles Times are pushing back against a sweeping company proposal on intellectual property rights that would mark an unprecedented low for the media industry. Continue reading “L.A. Times Guild pushes back against proposed intellectual property policy”
Reports, resolutions from NewsGuild sector conference now posted
Feb. 1, 2019 – Reports and resolutions that were presented and adopted at The NewsGuild’s Sector Conference, Jan. 25-27, are now available. Continue reading “Reports, resolutions from NewsGuild sector conference now posted”
Activists share lessons of union organizing campaigns
Jan. 27, 2019 – An upsurge in union organizing among journalists and other news industry employees was the focus of a panel discussion and a question-and-answer session at The NewsGuild-CWA Sector Conference on Saturday, Jan. 26. Click here to see video of the session.
Law360 Union members unanimously ratify strong first contract
Dec. 18, 2018 – After nearly two years at the negotiating table, Law360 editorial staffers unanimously approved a first contract that offers significant improvements in pay, working conditions and security to Guild-covered employees at the LexisNexis-owned legal news site. Continue reading “Law360 Union members unanimously ratify strong first contract”
Fight for $15 organizers win first contract!
Dec. 18, 2018 – Fast food organizers represented by United Media Guild Local of The NewsGuild-CWA ratified their first contract on Dec. 15. The organizers are employed by the National Fast Food Workers Union, an affiliate of the SEIU (Service Employees International Union). Continue reading “Fight for $15 organizers win first contract!”
Workers at Casper Star-Tribune Ratify First Contract
Dec. 17, 2018 – Journalists of the Casper Star-Tribune voted 10 to 0 to approve a Collective Bargaining Agreement on Dec. 14, ratifying the first contract between workers and their employer in the paper’s 127-year history. Continue reading “Workers at Casper Star-Tribune Ratify First Contract”