If the union representing 60,000 workers in TV and film productions does not meet its demands, it will strike Monday.
Matthew Loeb, President of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employers, stated in a statement that the union will continue negotiations with producers this week in the hope of reaching an agreement.
Loeb stated that “However the pace of negotiations doesn’t reflect a feeling of urgency.” “Without an end date, we could go on talking forever. Our members deserve to have their basic needs met now.”
The union wants producers to address a variety of issues, including work hours, wages, and time off.
The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMTPP) issued a statement to respond to the threat of a strike.
Jarryd Gonzales, a spokesperson, stated that there are still five days to reach a contract. AMPTP. Multiple quotes news broadcasts.