'Boston Globe' union files labor complaint about pay cut

BOSTON: The Boston Newspaper Guild, The Boston Globe's largest union, filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board on June 9 about efforts by its parent, The New York Times Co., to impose a 23% employee pay cut.

BOSTON: The Boston Newspaper Guild, The Boston Globe's largest union, filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board on June 9 about efforts by its parent, The New York Times Co., to impose a 23% employee pay cut. Dan Totten, president of the union, said in a statement that a hearing is scheduled for June 16.

 

The Globe's management said it would impose a 23% wage reduction for the newspaper's employees after the Guild rejected $10 million in annual pay and benefit cuts on June 8.

 

Meanwhile, the Globe reported on June 10 that the Times Co. has hired investment bank Goldman Sachs to manage a possible sale of the Globe.

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