Sumary of The New York Times' Wirecutter staff has gone on strike ahead of the busiest shopping days of the year:
- They’re demanding higher minimum salaries and annual raises from The New York Times’ management.
- Staff at the New York Times’ product-recommendation site have gone on strike ahead of some of the busiest shopping days of the year.
- Times management has offered paltry guaranteed wage increases of only 0.5%, despite soaring inflation and cash flows,” the union said on its website.
- We’re actively working with the Wirecutter Union to reach a collective bargaining agreement that continues to reward our employees for their work and contributions to The Times’s success, and we look forward to continuing those negotiations at the bargaining table in early December,” she said.