Safe wage increases of 3% per year; Protecting our health and retirement plans Increasing the contribution of all employers, including those who produce streaming content; Improving safety and quality of life Improved rest periods Expand and improve wages, conditions and working conditions on streaming platforms. We are proud to say that the interim agreement has achieved this goal and more. Website: www.local724.org e-mail: ten.l1606812599abolg1606812599cbs@4160681259927lac1606812599ol1606812599 first person to contact: Alex Aguilar Jr., Business Manager/Secretary-Treasury 2. Contact: Maria Flores, Administrative Assistant Website: www.local44.org Contact: Tobey Bays, Business Agent These additional contributions will add US$153 million to our health plan over the life of the agreement, without erosion of benefits or coverage, and at no cost to members. It is important to note that future pension increases and 13/14 checks for retirees before 2009 will be linked to reserves in the health plan. Contract services are available to comply with the terms of collective agreements between film and television industry unions and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP). We provide services to individuals working under the collective agreements of 14 local unions of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), the five basic Crafts unions, the Directors Guild of America (DGA) and the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA). The announcement was paid for by members of 12 local IATSE residents, including: Affiliated Property Craftspersons, Local 44 – Motion Picture Mechanics Studio, Local 52 – Motion Picture Studio Grips, Crafts Service, Set Medics, Marine Department – Warehouse Workers, Local 80 – Script Supervisors, Production Office Coordinators, Production Accountants, and Payroll Accountants, Local 161 – Cinematograph Local 600 Video Assistant and Studio Projection, Local 695 – Editors Guild, Local 700 – Costumers, Local 705 – Studio Lighting Technicians, Local 728 – Art Directors Guild, Local 800 – Script Supervisors/Continuity, Coordinators, Accountants – Allied Production Specialists Guild, Local 871 – Costume Designers Guild, Local 892 After months of numerous and difficult bargaining sessions, the IATSE West Coast Present yourself to the recommendation of the agreement reached on July 26. The interim agreement improves wages and working conditions, while ensuring the health of benefit funds for more than 40,000 IATSE members and their families. We have made this progress without increasing health costs for members, reducing the quality of members` health care and reducing the working conditions of members.
The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, which serves as a negotiating partner for businesses, said in a statement on Wednesday: “AMPTP welcomes the leadership of IATSE President Matt Loeb and business representatives of IATSE West Coast Studio Local Unions when it ratifies a new three-year basic Hollywood agreement.