Newly organized language teachers launch contract talks

Language Teachers United met on Friday with St Giles Management to begin collective bargaining.

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Guild victory for ASLIU workers!

Two former Purple Communications employees have settled with the Company following an NLRB action for their wrongful discharge. The two video relay interpreters had been working at the Long Beach center during a union organizing drive by Pacific Media Workers Guild and Communications Workers of America. Purple had claimed the …

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Hawaii Tribune Herald proposal “fundamentally intrusive.”

Our contract negotiations with OPI were sidetracked Wednesday when, more than four months into negotiations, the company presented an invasive proposal that would require drug-testing of all Hawaii Tribune-Herald employees without cause and allow the company to search any employee’s vehicle parked on company premises. OPI representatives said the proposal …

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Fresno Bee copy editors “move” to Sac Bee

McClatchy Company has consolidated the editorial production of eight of its papers today with the virtual move of Fresno copy editors to the Sacramento headquarters.  This consolidation includes the Sacramento Bee, Fresno Bee, Modesto Bee, the Merced Sun-Star and four weeklies. The “move’ affects eleven hourly employees at the Fresno …

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BANG members ratify contract extension

BANG Guild members voted today to ratify an agreement with management that extends our contract through September 30, 2015.

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Guild, OPI progress toward new Hawaii Tribune-Herald contract

Your Guild bargaining committee reached or confirmed agreements with OPI this week on a grievance procedure, a fair standard for discipline, union shop, dues deduction, and leaves of absence.

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Bay Area News Group members: vote on the TA today

Your Guild bargaining committee has reached a tentative agreement with BANG East Bay management on a contract extension through Sept. 30, 2015.

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Merc News members ratify extension as sale of paper looms

Members of the Mercury News Guild ratified a three-month contract extension Wednesday.
Under the terms of the extension, employees will receive a half day of paid leave, in addition to the two days of paid leave negotiated under the terms of our current contract, which is scheduled to expire June 30.

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Copy editors put a period on bargaining with McClatchy

Guild representatives and McClatchy management this week completed the latest round of negotiations on the structure of the Sacramento Editorial Production Center (EPC).

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Fresno Bee unit ratifies raises and virtual transfer of copy desk

Guild members voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the tentative agreement reached by the bargaining team and management. This language includes: – A 2% merit pool (raises). – Makes a small change so that a review date stays the same when a short leave of absence is taken. – Adds language …

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