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Over 1,300 New York Times employees pledge
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Posted By: Dreadnought, 9/13/2022 11:28:58 AM

The New York Times expects employees to start returning to the office three days a week starting this week — but more than 1,300 journalists are saying hell no, they won’t go. It’s just the latest blow in the increasingly bitter contract dispute between the News Guild journalists union — which includes reporters and photographers, as well as some editors and business-side employees — and upper management, over wages. As of Monday, 1,316 Times workers had signed a pledge not to return to the office. This includes 879 members of the News Guild, but also members of the Times Tech Guild and the union for Wirecutter, the paper’s product-recommendation spinoff. “People are livid,”

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Reply 1 - Posted by: TJ54 9/13/2022 11:34:12 AM (No. 1276322)
Think of all the Mom and Pop businesses these selfish loons are putting out of business
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Cynical Backstory 9/13/2022 11:38:36 AM (No. 1276329)
Occasionally, just occasionally, something delicious comes our way.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Vaquero45 9/13/2022 11:38:42 AM (No. 1276330)
How is this not a good thing? It will help destroy tge Slimes.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: broken01 9/13/2022 11:42:27 AM (No. 1276333)
And I'm supposed to care because...
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Reply 5 - Posted by: 3XALADY 9/13/2022 11:47:38 AM (No. 1276342)
I heard a mid-30's female say there was no way in H her boss was going to make her return to the office. Excuse me??? The last time I looked, employees served at the pleasure of their bosses. What a spoiled person and I doubt she is the only one. I think working at home will have been a big mistake that will be hard to correct. From one who hot footed it to her place of work for 40+ years, no matter where it was and what kind of weather.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Nimby 9/13/2022 11:48:14 AM (No. 1276344)
Chickens coming home to roost!!
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Reply 7 - Posted by: enemyofthestate 9/13/2022 11:49:40 AM (No. 1276346)
Don't like your employer? Go find another job. It is the quickest remedy.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Lazyman 9/13/2022 11:55:57 AM (No. 1276356)
They can move on to other creative writing.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Paglia guy 9/13/2022 12:01:34 PM (No. 1276363)
Anybody else want to rent a floor in the NY Times building? Plenty of space available, will suit tenant, prices reduced....
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Luandir 9/13/2022 12:08:32 PM (No. 1276370)
If you're in a business that is slowly deflating, with a recession looming, this is not a good time to be making "livid" demands of your employer. When the personnel cuts come, guess where they're going to start?
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Reply 11 - Posted by: formerNYer 9/13/2022 12:17:45 PM (No. 1276385)
It would be a shame to lose the NY Slimes
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Daisymay 9/13/2022 12:36:53 PM (No. 1276405)
Maybe someone should go to the Library and look up what President Reagan did about the Air Traffic Controllers who were Striking. Then put down a deadline for your EMPLOYEES to show up for work and if they do not, FIRE THEM! After the first 50 are fired, the rest will have a come to Jesus meeting and decide if they can afford to lose their job or if they will show up in the office! There have to be Hundreds of people in NY City who want to do the Jobs that these Strikers don't want to do! SOMEONE needs to be in Charge at the NY Times and it should NOT BE the Employees!
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Frederic F. Frew 9/13/2022 12:44:14 PM (No. 1276416)
Even in its vastly diminished state, the NYT is still the place most every young scribbler dreams of landing someday. To see the entitlement, the arrogance, the ingratitude of those who are there now is appalling. I like #12's suggestion that they do a Reagan and can them all if they don't return.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: john56 9/13/2022 1:10:56 PM (No. 1276440)
Gee. What will the Times do with 1300 fewer employees? Although I, too have been working from home for two years. I really have no desire to go back to the office. But then again, I plan to retire in about a year.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Scramus 9/13/2022 1:16:50 PM (No. 1276447)
Wildcat strike shelter at home is a new concept, I guess.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: padiva 9/13/2022 2:26:32 PM (No. 1276499)
It's going to be ok. Just join a caravan from Texas. Free housing/food/debit cards. WHEE!
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Starboard_side 9/13/2022 2:31:39 PM (No. 1276504)
Well, that would be a good start, and I'll bet most of them find it harder to find such a lucrative job anywhere else. And, how does a local NYC paper have over 1300 people who won't return? How many people do they have employed? After all, it's just a local newspaper for liberals and progressives (they're even more left-wing).
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Reply 18 - Posted by: billsv 9/13/2022 2:36:07 PM (No. 1276508)
Then find another job if you do not want to come back to the office
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Citoyen 9/13/2022 2:48:51 PM (No. 1276518)
It is a sad fact that the New York Times is still the most prestigious newspaper in the land. Management could fire all the whiners and thousands of journalists would take their place immediately. On that level the NYT holds most of the cards. Management may hesitate to do so because the current employees have been groomed and selected to support the anti-American agenda of the paper. New employees may not be quite so subservient to the bigoted and dishonest ethos that defines the New York Times.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Golden Goose 9/13/2022 3:02:28 PM (No. 1276531)
What awful news!
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Blue Hen1 9/13/2022 3:14:50 PM (No. 1276541)
They can lie from their homes
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Reply 22 - Posted by: doctorfixit 9/13/2022 3:32:55 PM (No. 1276551)
NYT should cease to exist. Good start.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Hugh Akston 9/13/2022 3:49:04 PM (No. 1276567)
I sure wouldn't want to start riding the murder cars known as the subway everyday again if I didn't have to...cost of commuting into the city if needed...the waste of time of commuting...getting up at 5 to be a work by 8 when used to getting up at 6:30...or later. Some may miss the office camaraderie...but think of all the time, money, and aggravation saved by not driving/riding/dodging criminals getting to work. It's going to be a real challenge for some of these companies with big office space for staff if they - the companies - haven't had any productivity loss from their employees not having to commute. I know I would be hard pressed into getting home from work at 6:30 instead of 5:05. And Happy Hour is a lot cheaper and safer at home even if less fun. This work at home has caused a real paradigm shift across a wide spectrum of businesses not requiring hands on labor to do a job. Be curious to see how this plays out and not just at the NY TImes...but across society in general as some work has less social interaction. That may well be a downside as it may not be mentally healthy to work solo without human interaction...which we all need. What is the 'cost' of missing your 'friends' at work and after? Time will tell.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: laurenc 9/13/2022 3:51:15 PM (No. 1276575)
I have 2 words for those workers, and they are not "You're Fired".
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Strike3 9/13/2022 4:49:46 PM (No. 1276614)
I wouldn't want to commute in NYC either. It was a nightmare before it became a live jungle. Even somebody as dumb as a Slimes employee knows that.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Encore 9/13/2022 4:51:27 PM (No. 1276615)
Time to cut benefits. These teleworkers don’t need sick leave, they don’t need as much money (no clothes for work, lunches out, gas, vehicle maintenance, etc…), and no child care. Most I know working from home, DON’T. I see them downtown, shopping, everywhere but home working, and they’ll admit it and laugh. No integrity.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: moebellini3 9/13/2022 5:28:39 PM (No. 1276634)
Lol, screw'em all. Now we'll get the truth. No news is good news. Bunch of freakin spoiled indoctrinated little commies..
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Reply 28 - Posted by: DVC 9/13/2022 5:34:38 PM (No. 1276640)
Well, let's hope that NYT is seriously harmed.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: skacmar 9/13/2022 6:43:24 PM (No. 1276715)
A few silly questions... How do NY Times reporters/"journalists" get information for their articles if they stay home? Do they just email people, telephone people, or look up stuff on the internet then make up stuff for their article to coincide with their agenda? If they are hitting the streets and actually interviewing people IN PERSON they can swing by the office. How do photojournalists for the Times do their jobs from home? Shouldn't they be out on the streets taking photos? If they are out on the streets doing their job taking their photos, they can swing by the office. How does the NY Times Ad Sales force make sales? again, calls and internet only goes so far. Visiting potential advertisers helps to gets new customers in many cases (maybe I'm old fashioned). Oh, and workers need to stop worrying so much about what the top executives are making and how much was paid in dividends to shareholders. When they own the company or are responsible for the operations of the entire organization as well as keeping the shareholders happy, they can complain. Until then, get your butts into the office or find another job. Everyone is replaceable!
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Reply 30 - Posted by: mifla 9/14/2022 5:31:43 AM (No. 1276993)
Liberals complaining about inflation. You can't make this stuff up.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: hoosierblue 9/14/2022 6:14:23 AM (No. 1277008)
Don't care. Hope they go out of business.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: MickTurn 9/14/2022 9:48:24 AM (No. 1277164)
Thank God...your paychecks will reflect the quality of your work...Oopsie, the check has zeros on it!
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