The New York Times

  • New York, NY, USA

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The New York Times
Jul 13, 2021
Full time
The Job: The Labor Relations Counsel will be a key member of the labor relations team, helping lead the negotiation and interpretation of each of The Times’s ten collective bargaining agreements, which cover a broad range of employees in The Times’ newsroom, business and  production departments. The individual in this role will advise, support, and collaborate with business leaders, supervisors and staff throughout the company through the implementation of labor relations strategies and activities that support the success of The New York Times.  What You Will Do: Plan and develop strategy for labor negotiations and business operations. Represent the company in labor negotiations, meetings with union representatives and counsel, interactions with federal, state and local government agencies. Develop and lead training sessions on labor and employment best practices including performance management, corrective/disciplinary actions and compliance with...