WaPo Employees Plan to Turn on Company, Walk Off the Job

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Hundreds of unionized journalists at The Washington Post planned a 24-hour walkout Thursday after contract talks stalled with the Jeff Bezos-owned publication.

The employees’ union, the Washington Post Guild, posted a video on X of Post employees airing their grievances and promising to join the Thursday protest.

“I’m worth a fair and transparent pay process,” said WaPo senior publicist Kathleen Floyd.

Copy aide Claire Healy added, “I’m worth a living wage.”

Gene Park, a video games reporter and critic, claimed, “I’m worth raises that keep up with inflation.”

“I’m worth equal pay to my colleagues, regardless of my race or gender,” added assistant editor Heben Kelati.

And Lenny Bernstein, a health and medicine reporter, claimed to be worth “job protections that value my years of service.”

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