April 13, 2018 – Tronc, the current owner of the Los Angeles Times, has paid women and journalists of color thousands of dollars less per year than their counterparts, suggesting systemic salary gaps by race and gender, according to an analysis of data by the L.A. Times Guild.
September 2017 – Study after study initiated by NewsGuild-CWA locals at some of the nation’s most prestigious newsrooms have reached the same conclusion: Women and minorities are getting paid less than their white, male counterparts. And it means every local has an obligation to request data from media employers about the gender, racial identity, disabilities and pay of employees as they prepare for contract negotiations, President Bernie Lunzer said. Continue reading “Why Are News Organizations Paying Women, Minorities Less?”
July 12, 2017 – A year after it discovered significant pay disparities at the Wall Street Journal, Local 1096 has taken a closer look at the company’s pay practices — and still doesn’t like what it sees. The Independent Association of Publishers’ Employees (IAPE) found a gap between the rates of pay for men and women dating back to the year 2000, as well as between races and ethnicities. Continue reading “Guild to WSJ: Yes, There is a Wage Gap”