LA Times Response To Pressman’s Protest

The Times’ Vice President of Communications Nancy Sullivan sent us a statement from the paper about Monday’s union protest:

Unfortunately, like other newspaper companies, the Los Angeles Times is not immune from the pressures of this difficult economy. Consequently, tough decisions were made that included reducing its workforce across the entire company, including the pressroom. From the onset, The Times has respected the pressmen’s right to organize. In fact, despite this very difficult economy The Times and the union reached a 3-year contract agreement in December 2008 that was ratified by the employees. The company’s actions have been completely in compliance with the contract.

Previously on FBLA:
A Look Back At The Pressman’s Rally
Pressmen Protest At The LA Times