Thursday, February 26, 2009

DNA, Post unions agree to concessions

Four unions representing more than 1,100 workers at The Denver Post and the Denver Newspaper Agency — the advertising and circulation arm of The Post and the Rocky Mountain News — reached tentative agreements for wage and benefit cuts.

Newsroom employees at The Post would have total wages and benefits cut by an average of 13.4 percent while concessions by unions representing employees at the DNA averaged 11.7 percent, people involved with the discussions said.

The unions would regain concessions as profits increase.


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