Where’s the union love? New York Times Staffers To Walk Out Over Contract Negotiations
Eighteen months without a contract? Huh? I thought the New York Times loved unions?
As long as they don’t have to deal with them, I guess. Eh. I have no love for either side. They can keep walking, as far as I’m concerned.
Staffers at the New York Times are planning to walk out on Monday afternoon, in protest of the management’s position on contract negotiations.
It is the latest development in the escalating war over contract talks. Union members have been working without a contract for the last eighteen months. Now, it appears they are mobilizing in response to the latest stalemate in negotiations.