WGA East Members At Audacy’s Pineapple Street Studios Win Union-Card Check – Deadline

The Audacy-owned podcast community Pineapple Street Studios formally has acknowledged the WGA East because the collective bargaining reps for its workers writers, producers, editors, engineers and different storytellers. The transfer comes after a card verify carried out by an unbiased third get together confirmed {that a} majority of the 42-member bargaining unit signed union playing cards in favor of the union.

“We are so proud to have won voluntary recognition from management at Pineapple and Audacy,” the Pineapple Street Union stated in a press release. “This victory is a direct result of months of hard work and dedication to building solidarity across our organization. We’re excited to carry this momentum forward into a collaborative bargaining phase, focused on pay and protections, accountability, consistency and unity at the company.”

The union goals to start negotiations with Pineapple Street Studios and Audacy as quickly as attainable. Last month, when the unionization effort was introduced, the store wrote a “Why We’re Organizing” letter (learn it right here) that outlined lots of the key points it deliberate to barter over together with pay fairness and transparency, severance and go away insurance policies, improved medical insurance, distant work safety, IP rights, and assurances for interns and contractors.

“We’re very pleased that Pineapple and Audacy have moved quickly and respectfully in this voluntary recognition process. We hope that this not only sets the tone for our upcoming bargaining process, but also sets an example for leaders across our industry – that working with employees to achieve more equitable workplaces can and should be a collaborative and straightforward experience on both sides of the table. We stand in solidarity with other producers, editors, writers, engineers, and staff across the industry in the continued effort to make audio a more fair and equitable field.”

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