“We have not yet reached our goal of a comprehensive labor agreement, which will be subject to a ratification vote by our membership,” the Guild says in a bulletin to members. “But discussions between the BANG-EB bargaining committee and management resolved a number of critical areas, including severance, management rights, overtime provisions, flexible schedules and subcontracting.”

No details were given.

The Guild also says talks were scheduled to take place at the Mercury News on Monday (April 20) and Tuesday (April 21).

Bay Area Media News,

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