Globe and Mail workers reject company's final offer

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      B.C. teachers aren't the only workers having difficulty with their employer these days.

      The director of the media sector for Unifor, Howard Law, has tweeted that Globe and Mail employees have overwhelmingly refused management's "final offer".

      Globe journalists protested the state of negotiations by removing their bylines from the newspaper on June 30.

      They've also also voted 97 percent to give the union a mandate to strike.

      The contract expired on July 1.

      In a May bargaining update, the union said that management's major proposals included a demand to "assign editorial employees to write and edit advertorial copy as part of their regular duties".