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Dec. 29, 2017 -- IAPE's newly elected leadership took its first steps toward enacting a bold vision earlier this month. In one of its first actions at its biannual meeting, board members voted to establish a committee to lead IAPE's efforts of rooting out discrimination of any kind at Dow Jones. Led by directors Louise Radnofsky and Lillian Rizzo, the Human Rights/Diversity committee will continue work on the pay equity study. Dozens of employees have already had their salaries adjusted thanks to this groundbreaking analysis, but IAPE contends that inequities with compensation persist. Since this crucial issue requires the dedication of a group of employees that span news and business, IAPE revived the committee with that mandate in mind and is encouraging all members to get involved.

IAPE plans to use new initiatives like the Human Rights committee to create a more inclusive and effective union. If we're going to eliminate biases that cause some employees to receive less pay than their peers or investigate claims of editorial interference or keep health-care costs low, we're going to need the support of smart, committed individuals—an abundant resource at Dow Jones.

The board also discussed creating an appropriate travel reimbursement policy for the president. In an effort to offer more transparency on how IAPE | More

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Happy Holidays!

Dec. 22, 2017 -- On behalf of the officers, directors and staff of IAPE, please accept our best wishes to you and your loved ones for a safe and happy holiday season, and a prosperous New Year! The IAPE office will be closed on Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Along with this holiday notice comes our regular reminder of Holiday Pay provisions in our contract: Under the terms of the collective agreement between IAPE and Dow Jones & Company, all employees, regardless of overtime eligibility, are entitled to Holiday Pay whenever they are required to work on any of the holidays recognized by the IAPE/DJ | More


Grievance Filed

Dec. 15, 2017 -- Following up on our email from Nov. 20 on the member-flagged issue of potential violations of our health-care premium cap protections, IAPE has filed a grievance against Dow Jones as we take defending our contract very seriously. According to Article XII, Section A.3 of our agreement, with the company, Dow Jones is prohibited from raising premiums from 2017 to 2018 by more than 0.5% of your annual salary. For example, if your annual salary is $85,000, the most the company can increase your premiums in a year is $425 (Thanks to a freeze negotiated by our bargaining committee last year, | More

Happy Friday!

Dec. 8, 2017 -- Dear IAPE Members, I wanted to update you as I wrap up my first full week as union president -- I am heartened to report that things are off to a great start! IAPE's new officers and directors met last Saturday for a day-long meeting in Jersey City. One of two annual gatherings for the union's board, representatives from across classifications and locations discussed important issues including our structure and priorities as well as how we can make IAPE a better resource for you. In the coming weeks, we will be reaching out with details on information sessions, training opportunities and | More

Election Results

Oct. 27, 2017 -- The IAPE Election Committee has been informed by TrueBallot Inc. that a majority of eligible voters have voted to elect Yogita Patel as President of the Independent Association of Publishers' Employees (IAPE), Local 1096 of The NewsGuild-CWA. Ms. Patel received a total of 364 votes, compared to 197 for Robert Johnson and 51 for Bob Kozma. Had any candidate finished first without receiving a majority of votes cast by IAPE members, a run-off election would have been necessary. The IAPE Election Committee declares Ms. Patel elected President, having received 59.48% of members' votes. In the race | More


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