NLRB judge rules against the Post-Gazette, orders resumption of contract talks


An administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C., on Thursday found that Pittsburgh Post-Gazette management had bargained in bad faith since 2019 with the union representing newsroom employees.

As a remedy, the Post-Gazette was ordered to cease and desist from illegal activities and resume contract talks within 15 days, with written progress reports by management to be made to the Pittsburgh office of the NLRB every month.

The company indicated it plans to appeal the decision.

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