Slate Staffers Vote to Unionize

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The majority of editorial staff at Slate have voted to unionize with the Writers Guild of America, East. More than 90 percent of Slate’s editorial staff have signed cards and are calling upon Slate’s management, and parent company the Graham Holdings Company, to voluntarily recognize the Guild as their collective bargaining representative, according to a statement issued today by the Slate Unionizing Committee.

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  • March 17, 2017 at 10:42 am
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    When management does not listen to their employees and continues to conduct business as usual, employees often are motivated to seek outside representation and willing to pay union dues for such representation. When I see a non-union environment turning to the support of organized labor, I see a company who has failed to take care of their employees better than third party representation.

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