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Article 16: Miscellaneous

ARTICLE 16

Miscellaneous
Section 1. The Publisher agrees to provide for bulletin boards suitably placed for the use of the Guild.
 
Section 2. News events and assignments of news coverage within the Guild jurisdiction of Manchester, Concord, Laconia and the Manchester Airport, shall be confined to staff members. The Publisher retains the right to continue to use school stringers in the normal course of operation and/or events and assignments which they have covered before. Subject to Article 16, Sections 3 and 6, the Publisher shall not use school stringers work to usurp Guild jurisdiction. The Guild reserves the right of objection to use of those correspondents when, in the judgment of the Standing Committee the reputation of the department is suffering unduly. The Publisher retains the right to use freelancers to do opinion pieces and reviews including cartoons.
 
Section 3. Not more than fifteen (15) per cent of employees in any department covered by this Agreement shall have less than two (2) years' experience, excepting part-time workers. This may be modified by mutual agreement in emergencies.
 
Section 4. There shall be no speed-up. No employee shall be required to handle more than a normal load of work.
 
Section 5. The Publisher retains the right to use the reporting or photographic work of independent correspondents outside the Guild jurisdiction of Manchester, Concord, Laconia and Manchester Airport, also including coverage of events outside of that jurisdiction that the independent correspondents have covered before. Such work may include supplemental information for local stories obtained from any location.
 
Subject to Article 16, Sections 3 and 6, the Publisher shall not use correspondent work to usurp Guild jurisdiction.
 
Section 6. When a single story or photograph which is the product of any employee’s work is sold by the Publisher to any other enterprise, the Publisher shall compensate said employee for such use at a rate of 30% of any fee received.
 
An employee shall have the right to refuse permission for the use of his or her name in the byline of a story or in the credit line of a photograph or a piece of art.
 
Section 7. Management agrees that no employee shall suffer loss of pay through Jury Service.
 
Section 8.   Employees, except those on sick leave, shall be allowed not more than three (3) scheduled working days off with pay on the death of a mother or father, step-parent, guardian, mother-in-law or father-in-law, sister or brother, wife, husband or child, step-child, grandparents or grandchildren, spousal equivalent or live-in companion. One (1) scheduled working day with pay shall be allowed for death of sister-in-law or brother-in-law or spouse's grandparents.
 
Section 9.   Legal Separability - The remainder of this contract will be in full force and effect if any provision is found to be in violation of state or federal laws.
 
Section 10. The company will provide and maintain uniforms for janitors.