By: Jim Romenesko
The Hearst-owned Albany Times Union and the Albany Newspaper Guild have settled their dispute over the layoffs of 11 employees in 2009.
The Guild says in a release:
The newspaper agreed to pay financial settlements to all 11 workers and to bring back three of the employees who wished to return to their jobs. The settlement came after the Times Union was found guilty of breaking the law by a hearing officer, and that decision was upheld unanimously by the entire National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C.