Asks leadership to voluntarily recognize the union — as opposed to requiring workers to go through a National Labor Relations Board election, which takes longer and is riskier for those trying to form a union because of certain legal rules.

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Juliana Feliciano Reyes reports 10.02.2019 Journalists and other employees at public media station WHYY have decided to unionize.

More than 80% of the nearly 100 radio and television workers in the proposed bargaining unit have signed cards to join SAG-AFTRA, the union that represents National Public Radio and … Share More:
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