Rise in union activity is clashing with digital publishing's business struggles
There's less money than ever to go around at digital publishers — and more unions popping up to fight to make sure employees get a fair share. This past week alone, employees at Ziff Davis and
New York Magazine
both voted to unionize; Slate staffers voted almost unanimously to authorize a strike over management's refusal to remove a right-to-work clause from a contract currently being negotiated; and in meeting rooms across town, representatives for Gizmodo Media Group, Vice and the Dodo are all busy negotiating either their first or second union contracts with management.
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