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Employees at Globe and Mail reject latest contract offer
new talks scheduled for July 8
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Unionized employees at the Globe and Mail have voted to reject the latest contract offer from the company.

Bargaining unit spokesman Shawn McCarthy says 92.3 per cent of employees who voted on Wednesday rejected the offer, as recommended by the bargaining committee.

McCarthy says the union - which represents journalists, ad sales people and administrative staff - and company have scheduled talks for July 8. The Globe and Mail could not be reached for comment Wednesday night.

Unifor Local 87-M had said on its website that the offer contained weakened of job security language, and would cut base pay for some advertising sales representatives.

The union also said it contained a requirement that editorial staff - except for reporters - work on advertorial copy.

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  1. john posted on 07/07/2014 12:36 PM
    in other news globe and mail has to shut down do to unions high demands the company dos not have . costing 1000'S of employes to lose there jobs . the unions leader only response was and i quote "ooops my bad ! "


    this news was brought to u by and overpaid underworked whiners unions of Canada .
  2. Union Logic posted on 07/07/2014 02:00 PM
    Because if Canada Post has taught us anything, it's that using a strike to extort higher wages from your employer when the entire industry you work in is dying around you is a FANTASTIC idea with no repercussions.
  3. Dean posted on 07/07/2014 02:21 PM
    I, for one, look forward to watching the Globe and Mail go out of business and the unions learning NOTHING about not biting the hands that feed them.
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Unionized employees at the Globe and Mail have voted to reject the latest contract offer from the company.

Bargaining unit spokesman Shawn McCarthy says 92.3 per cent of employees who voted on Wednesday rejected the offer, as recommended by the bargaining committee.

McCarthy says the union - which represents journalists, ad sales people and administrative staff - and company have scheduled talks for July 8. The Globe and Mail could not be reached for comment Wednesday night.

Unifor Local 87-M had said on its website that the offer contained weakened of job security language, and would cut base pay for some advertising sales representatives.

The union also said it contained a requirement that editorial staff - except for reporters - work on advertorial copy.

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  1. john posted on 07/07/2014 12:36 PM
    in other news globe and mail has to shut down do to unions high demands the company dos not have . costing 1000'S of employes to lose there jobs . the unions leader only response was and i quote "ooops my bad ! "


    this news was brought to u by and overpaid underworked whiners unions of Canada .
  2. Union Logic posted on 07/07/2014 02:00 PM
    Because if Canada Post has taught us anything, it's that using a strike to extort higher wages from your employer when the entire industry you work in is dying around you is a FANTASTIC idea with no repercussions.
  3. Dean posted on 07/07/2014 02:21 PM
    I, for one, look forward to watching the Globe and Mail go out of business and the unions learning NOTHING about not biting the hands that feed them.
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