"I joined the Guild within a few months of working at The Post.
I was just a
hour part-timer but I was eligible for health and dental insurance, vacation leave,sick leave and other benefits. This surprised me. I felt strongly that this was due to working in a
Guild-covered workplace. At
time I had also been reading about part-timers at othercompanies, such as Microsoft, who had been working for years without ANY benefits whatsoever.I also had recently watched a PBS documentary about the history of the union movement
and the sacrifices people made to have the right to be represented.Here at The Post, whether you join the Guild or not — you receive
the same Guild-fought benefits. Joining the Guild, it just was
the fair' thing to do."
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"Our collective voice
is more important than ever. Support the Guild."
Pulitzer Prize Winning Reporter
negotiate our contracts and protect our rights.
Guild is easy. Call 202-785-365o.
Guild representative at wbng.org/post
"As a photographer, much of my work
includes getting to assignments by way of
driving a car.
I've sometimes found myself having to fillup the gas tank every two/three days. With gas prices spiralingupward, it's started to feel like I'm paying the Washington Post
for the work I do for them. Not only does the Guild help protect
our salaries, raises, and health benefits, it also helps negotiate
fair mileage/gas compensation for the driving I do for work
Staff Photographer, Photographer of the Year,
White House News Photographers Association