WGAE

AcronymDefinition
WGAEWriters Guild of America, East
WGAEWorking Group on Astronomy Education (American Astronomical Society)
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At Vice, the WGAE reported some writers will receive 30 percent pay increases during their three-year contract, including a $45,000 minimum salary and time-off for employees who must work over the weekend.
WGAE explained, "the tax credit has been extraordinarily successful
Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT), and the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE).
The charges claim the WGAE "has reneged on a ratified contract with its own staff, threatened a staff union leader and delayed holiday bonuses because its employees' union asserted its rights."
WGAE executive director Lowell Peterson in an interview with (http://www.thewrap.com/mark-zuckerberg-to-decide-peter-thiels-fate-on-facebook-board/) The Wrap said that Thiel's influence on Facebook might be a threat to the future of all media.
Those are union jobs and therefore the WGAE's responsibility.
The half-dozen top vote-getters out of 15 for freelance member council seats were former WGAE VP James Cooper-smith, Penelope Koechl, Claire Labine, Stephen Schiff, Michael Weller and council member Donald Westlake.
After two days of meetings at WGAE headquarters, it was clear that they needed to talk some more.
The bargaining survey was conducted by WGAE and circulated internally within Gawker's newsroom last year.
11, citing "irreconcilable differences," West attorneys countered with their own NLRB motion to withdraw from a four-decade-old joint bargaining agreement with the WGAE.
The WGAW are WGAE are separate unions, but have been joined at the bargaining hip since the 1950s.
WGAE's nearly 5-to-1 rejection reverses the WGA West's vote, which concluded Sept.