Following a Tuesday vote, Foreign Policy’s news and editorial staff has voted in favor of unionization. They will be represented by the Washington-Baltimore NewsGuild.
“FP will recognize the union and negotiate a labor agreement through the process of good faith collective bargaining. FP is committed to negotiating an agreement that meets the needs of its business while ensuring we maintain a work environment that enables FP staff to continue to produce journalism of the highest quality,” wrote the magazine in a statement.
Among the staffers the Washington-Baltimore NewsGuild represents are employees of The Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, Agence France-Presse and Bloomberg BNA.