Post's Latest 'Offers' Include ...
... a 1 percent raise the first year, and a second-year lump sum (in no way a "raise") of $800 for full-time employees and $600 for part-timers. These proposals are conditional on the Guild accepting a suite of take-backs, including the freezing of the traditional pension, denying penion eligibility to new hires after Jan. 1, and the elimination of health care coverage for
part-time workers and retirees.
Dec. 8 Guild bulletin
Local 32035 Election Schedule
Because two positions to the WBNG Executive Council for 2015-2017 are being contested, an election has been set for January 27-29. Local units who wish to vote by mail should contact the Guild office by Jan. 2, 2015.
Who Is The Local Guild?
WBNG President's Perspective
Sheila Lindsay offers " an historical view of the
Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild."
President's Perspective (Dec. 12, 2014)
Guild Rallies at Post
Over Regressive Proposals
Washington Post staffers, fellow Guild members and other supporters have been staging informational pickets about management tactics in negotiations over the Collective Bargaining Agreement, which expired Oct. 31.
Post's pension proposals