SAG-AFTRA today said it’s ready to return to the bargaining table to end the 232-day strike against nine video game companies if it receives an “honest overture” to do so. The union’s statement comes a day after the struck companies invited the union to resume negotiations, which have been stalled since last fall. The strike is now the longest in the history of SAG.
“We’ve received the game companies’ press release extending a welcome back to the bargaining table,” the…
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