Iatse Local 728 Basic Agreement

Website: www.local706.org e-mail: gro.6160681259907lac1606812599olai@1606812599ofni1606812599 1st contact person: Randy Sayer, Business representation 1100 E-mail: gro.6160681259907lac1606812599olai@1606812599reyas1606812599r1606812599 2. Contact person: Polly Lucke, Roster Business Representative 1101 E-mail: gro.6160681259907lac1606812599olai@1606812599ekcul1606812599p1606812599 Website: www.iatselocal80.org e-mail: gro.016068125998laco1606812599lesta1606812599i @lia1606812599m1606812599 contact: Thom Davis, Business Representative Secure salary increases of 3% per year; protect our health and retirement plans; increase the contribution of all employers, including those who produce streaming content; improved safety and quality of life; improved rest periods; Increase and improve salaries, working conditions on streaming platforms. We are proud to say that the interim agreement has done this and more. The ad was paid for by members of 12 IATSE residents, including: • Affiliated Property Craftspersons, Local 44 • Motion Picture Studio Mechanics, 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 • Cinématographers Guild, Local 600 • Production Sound Technicians, Television Engineers, Video Assistance technicians and studio projectors, Local 695 • Editors Guild, Local 700 • Customers, 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 Quality of life improvements have also been of utmost importance and our gains will mean more time staff and safer working conditions. For on-production and off-production employees of one hour and half an hour beyond the first season and mini-series, a daily turnaround of at least ten hours becomes the new normal for local and nearby employees. Crew members with less than 10 hours of gymnastics will benefit from an improved rest period for feature film and feature film productions after the second consecutive day of 14 consecutive hours. As negotiations for IATSE`s first national contract with Netflix enter the home stretch, members of a dozen local members are urging IATSE President Matt Loeb to be “relentless” at the negotiating table to “get the revenue we desperately need to secure future funding for our pensions.” We have secured additional hourly contributions to our benefit plans by employers to ensure the future strength of the plans. Some companies, including independent companies that produce content for streaming services, will contribute an additional $0.75 $US per hour to the deal each year, while companies that have paid arrears of more than $15 million, while the duration of the deal will contribute an additional $0.40 $US per hour. . .

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