Unionized Employees at HarperCollins Are Back to Work

From a New York Times story by Kate Dwyer and Elizabeth A. Harris headlined “Unionized HarperColllins Employees Are Back to Work After a 3-Month Strike”:

Unionized HarperCollins workers returned to work on Tuesday, in many cases opening their inboxes and corresponding with their supervisors for the first time since walking out three months ago.

For many of the more than 250 unionized employees, the agreement ratified on Feb. 16 between their union, Local 2110 of the U.A.W., and the publisher was a victory: It included a raise and some guaranteed overtime for the employees at the lower end of the wage scale.