Monday, December 21, 2015

The Chronicle Herald's talks with newsroom staff break down

The largest independently-owned newspaper in the country has more contract trouble, this time with its newsroom staff, the CBC reports.
The Chronicle Herald has ended talks with a conciliator after two days, said Dave Wilson, a representative of the Communication Workers of America, of which the Halifax Typographical Union is Local 30130. The union represents 61 news employees.
"We are pretty confident the employer is going to lock us out," Wilson said.
Herald management could lock out employees 14 days after the conciliator files a report, likely close to the end of January, he said.
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