Detroit’s Newspaper Unions Reach Deals With Detroit’s Top Two Dailies
Detroit’s newspaper unions have agreed to accept pay cuts and health care concessions.
The Metropolitan Council of Newspaper Unions have ratified a contract that calls for 4.5 percent to 6.5 percent wage cuts and concessions on health care costs.
The two-year contract affects 900 employees at The Detroit News, Detroit Free Press and Detroit Media Partnership, the agency that oversees business operations for both newspapers.
The two-year contract is effective Monday.
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