Posted on February 22, 2023 at 10:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
The HarperCollins strike has officially ended.
More than 250 employees returned to work on Tuesday under the new contract.
That contract includes raises in base salaries, some guaranteed overtime, lump-sum cash payments, and the ability to work remotely for a few more months, reports The New York Times.
The union members had been without a contract since April 2022 and went on strike in November.
HarperCollins, one of the big five US publishers, said it was pleased with the agreement and also happy to move forward.
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