Journalists at NYT’s Wirecutter Strike Over Salaries on Busiest Day of Year

Journalists at the New York Times’ Wirecutter unit plan to strike during the product review website’s peak traffic around Black Friday and through Cyber Monday, the site’s most profitable time of the year, reports The Wall Street Journal.  

The group of 65 unionized workers is demanding higher minimum salaries and annual raises from the New York Times’ management. They walked off the job Thursday amid a standoff with management about the terms of their contract, the union said in a tweet.

“This is the time of the year that we really work for months and months and months,” Wirecutter Union unit chair Nick Guy told the Journal. “I think it is an appropriate time to really show the value that we do bring to the company.

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