Thrillist writers and editors came away from the negotiating table with a raise and more in labor talks that took more than a year and included a work stoppage.
One of the sticking points between management at Thrillist, which is owned by Group Nine Media, and the editorial staff, represented the Writers Guild of America East union, was the demand for a starting salary of $50,000, which the union won in the new deal. In an earlier negotiation, Thrillist had offered a minimum salary of $40,500.
The union also won a guaranteed raise of 8.5 percent after the first year, and other benefits regarding vacation days and parental leave.
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By |2018-10-11T15:54:00-04:00October 11th, 2018|News|