Dear Guild Members: The Guild met with the OCJ and has come to a tentative verbal agreement on the following: The OCJ and the Chicago News Guild for a duration of 30 days agree to the following, which may be … Continue reading
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Click here to fill out the form to be considered for a Beirne Foundation scholarship. Final deadline for applications is 11:59 p.m., EDT, April 30, 2020.
Last weekend, the Guild hosted a successful steward training workshop. A big thank you goes out to CWA District 4 VP Linda Hinton for sending staff reps Jane Philips and Celia Cody.
SOUTH BEND, Indiana — The award-winning newsroom staff of the South Bend Tribune took a major step Wednesday toward forming a union to give a voice in the workplace to journalists who keep the community informed and who hold local … Continue reading
Get Awarded up to $4,000 for College with the 2020 Union Plus ScholarshipCould you use up to $4,000 to help pay for your college education? If so, then don’t delay — there’s still time to apply for the 2020 Union … Continue reading
At the 2019 Newsguild sector conference in Orlando, Chicago News Guild President Grace Catania received the Charles B. Dale Guild Service Award in honor of her tireless work in her union. CNG members are grateful to Grace for the continued leadership, advocacy, and passion she brings to our union as president of our local. Gratulacje, Grace! Continue reading
Thank you for reading and supporting your local newspaper: We journalists of the Pioneer Press, Lake County News-Sun and Northwest Indiana’s Post-Tribune newspapers need your help. Our new owners at the Chicago Tribune (now calling themselves tronc) don’t see the … Continue reading
We, the technical, production, reporting and editing staff of the People’s World, are glad to have achieved recognition of our union from the management of Long View Publishing and CPUSA. We have worked hard to get to this point, and … Continue reading
Unionized editorial workers at the Chicago Reader are intensifying their campaign to convince management that higher wages and strategic investments will keep the publication viable. The campaign, using the slogan “Save the Reader,” is expanding to include advertising and a … Continue reading