Labor officials accuse NY Times for unlawful interference with organizing efforts
U.S. labor officials have filed a complaint against The New York Times of unlawfully interfering with the organizing efforts of tech employees by barring a group of workers from showing union support, reports Reuters.
“We strongly disagree with the union’s allegations about the supervisory status of certain technology employees and welcome the opportunity to explain our position to the board,” Danielle Rhoades Ha, a Times spokesperson, said in a statement.
The complaint came in response to an unfair labor practice claim filed in June by the Communications Workers of America’s NewsGuild.
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