Aug. 4, 2020 – The NewsGuild-CWA will sponsor training on how to conduct a pay equity study in your workplace at 7 p.m. ET, Thursday, Aug. 13.
Register here. A link for the event will be sent the day of the training. Continue reading “Training: How to conduct a pay equity study”
Nov. 22, 2019 – Members of The NewsGuild-CWA called out the nation’s media executives and other “masters of the universe” on Nov. 20, demanding equal pay for Latinas and other women and people of color. Designated Latina Equal Pay Day, the date symbolizes the fact that, on average, Latinas must work 11 months into 2019 to catch up to what white men earned by the end of 2018. Continue reading “On Latina Equal Pay Day, NewsGuild members demand fairness”
Nov. 18, 2019 – 54 cents. That’s what Latinas in the U.S. earn, on average, for every dollar earned by white men.
And the disparities exist in the news business, too. Continue reading “54 cents.”
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.
Continue reading “A Study of Pay at the Washington Post”
Aug. 19, 2019 – That’s what black women in the U.S. earn for every dollar earned by white men.
And it’s happening in the news business. Continue reading “61 cents.”
This article by NewsGuild International Chairperson Martha Waggoner was first published on June 27, 2019, by Poynter.
July 3, 2019 – It happened more than 50 years ago, but Peggy Simpson remembers the details clearly.
After the excitement of the early days of the trial of Jack Ruby, covered by male reporters, she had handled the daily grind. She would work the overnight shift at the Dallas bureau of The Associated Press, go home to shower and head to the courtroom. But on the day the case of the man accused of killing President Kennedy’s assassin went to the jury, she arrived to find another reporter in her seat – a man. Continue reading “Readers of AP’s articles were getting virtually all their news from one group: white men.”
April 3, 2019 – Members of The NewsGuild-CWA called out the nation’s media executives on April 2, demanding equal pay for women and people of color. Designated “Equal Pay Day,” the date symbolized the fact that women must work well into 2019 to catch up to what men earned in 2018. For women of color it will take longer to catch up – much longer.
Continue reading “NewsGuild members demand ‘Equal Pay Now!’”
For Release April 2, 2019
Contact: Sally Davidow
On Equal Pay Day, journalists of The NewsGuild-CWA are asking a tough question of their own employers: Why are women and people of color, on average, paid less than their coworkers? Continue reading “Statement of The NewsGuild-CWA on Equal Pay Day”
March 19, 2019 – The NewsGuild of Greater Philadelphia reports the local has made significant progress in closing a gender-based pay gap at the city’s three major publications over the last three years and says union members are determined to eliminate the gap entirely. The local is also committed to closing a race-based pay gap and increasing diversity in the newsroom. Continue reading “Philadelphia NewsGuild touts ‘significant progress’ in reducing gender pay gap; still far to go in newsroom diversity”