The BuzzFeed editor of Ben Smith's editor put on their minds, according to NewsGuild of New York – the union with which BuzzFeed is organizing. NewsGuild said that more than 90% of the "editorial employees were eligible for the union effort."
In the statement of Tuesday, Smith said, "We look forward to meeting with the organizers to discuss a way to voluntarily identify their union."
However, the attempt to agree before the most recent rounds seems to have begun, as he wants NewsGuild to request "a long-term organized drive". The claims include PTO payments, reasonable recovery and due process for winding up ̵
Albert Samaha, an investigating reporter at BuzzFeed, said: The press release on Tuesday said that he and his colleagues were motivated by the big decline in the news media industry – a lack of stability hit last month when BuzzFeed and other publications suffered significantly and dramatically.
"This is a catastrophic in our industry, and we have seen that our company and management can not do so much to our defense since
BuzzFeed has come into in many digital media stores Another agreement has been agreed in recent years, but staff can have a stronger test for management recognition. Jonah Peretti, co-founder and CEO of BuzzFeed said in the past that he does not think that trade unions " right "to the company.
Peretti did not respond immediately for traffic.