Hearst relents at 11th hour, settling NLRB complaint with Guild

After a year of stonewalling, Hearst Corp. finally agreed at the outset of a hearing before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Tuesday to provide the Guild access to documents needed to investigate a suspected pattern of discriminatory pay practices skewed against women, people of color and older workers. The Chronicle is one of many newspapers where employees suspect inequities in compensation.

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Chronicle bargaining focuses on a modern contract with a profitable employer

The Guild hosted contract talks via videoconference with Hearst representatives. Your bargaining team stressed that conditions have changed in the industry and at the Chronicle. Major goals include a 5 percent across-the-board pay increase, shorter workday, restored vacations, a 401(k) match and a new retirement plan.

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Chronicle unit pay equity update

The Guild has conducted an extensive study of the wages of 112 Chronicle newsroom members, and discovered pay disparities between men and women, whites and nonwhites, and older and younger employees.

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