- More than 650 technicians from the New York Times have formed a union called the Tech Times Guild.
- The union said workers were facing “unresolved dismissal and opaque promotion processes.”
- It organizes formation with the NewsGuild union and is awaiting approval from the Times.
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New York Times technicians announced Tuesday that they had formed a union and asked for credit in the publication.
The Tech Times Guild union represents more than 650 employees who work for the company’s digital side in roles such as software engineers, data analysts and product managers.
The Tech Times Guild said in a statement on Twitter that it is organizing its inception with the New York NewsGuild – a …