A new unit at the guild the staff at Center for Popular Democracy are working toward a first contract. Unit staff will be added once they are elected!
With the staff of the Georgia AFL-CIO having recently signed a three-year agreement, the Washington-Baltimore News Guild now has 30 shops on its roster. The Peach State’s labor federation contract will expire March 30, 2020. In other local action: The 35-member unit at the Center for Popular Democracy, which ratified its first Guild contract the […]Read more »
The three-dozen member WBNG unit at the Center for Popular Democracy has its first Guild contract, a three-year agreement ratified Feb. 17 by a unanimous vote. “The CBA includes significant advances for Guild members,” said Local Representative Rick Ehrmann. “There’s a union-shop clause, grievance and arbitration procedures, annual pay-equity evaluations, cost-of-living adjustments, and paid family […]Read more »
The three-dozen member WBNG unit at the Center for Popular Democracy had its first formal bargaining session with management on Sept. 16. “We had a preliminary conference call with management over ground rules and modalities for bargaining in early September,” said Local Representative Rick Ehrmann. “Both sides are looking at ways to pursue ‘interest-based bargaining’ […]Read more »
An organizing campaign that concluded with management voluntarily recognizing the Washington-Baltimore NewsGuild has resulted in the creation of a 36-worker bargaining unit at the Center for Popular Democracy. The campaign at the progressive nonprofit headquartered in New York began in May. “We quickly collected signed cards from more than two-thirds of the three dozen or […]Read more »