Wirecutter workers threaten a walkout during a peak shopping week over contract delays.
Union members at Wirecutter, a product review website owned by The New York Times Company, said on Monday that they were prepared to stop work during the busy shopping period around Black Friday if a deal for a contract was not reached.
Staff at Wirecutter unionized in 2019, and the Times Company voluntarily recognized the union. In the two years since, the union has been negotiating with the company for a collective bargaining agreement.
The Wirecutter union said it was seeking higher salary minimums and guaranteed raises.
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