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Pittsburgh Symphony: Why we won’t yield to the musicians

The organisation has just published a hardline, lengthy statement in response to the musicians’ strike. It boils down to this: In order to chart the course for a fiscally stable Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, management has asked that musicians absorb a 15 percent salary concession, and that they agree to transition the current defined benefit plan fully […]
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