The popular court reporting blog’s brand of zany consumer awareness and price transparency publishing strategies laid the foundation for a bold new move.
— Christopher Day, Stenonymous Author
STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, January 2, 2024 /EINPresswire.com/ — In a recent blog post on January 2, 2024, Christopher Day, the author of the popular Stenonymous blog, has made a bold call for pledges to unionize New York City deposition reporters. Day, who himself has experienced the benefits of unionization, busts several myths surrounding the topic and uses creative imagery to highlight the power of professionals coming together.
“Unionization doubled my income and I want that for everyone,” says Day. The blog post emphasizes the importance and possibility of collective bargaining for workers in the deposition reporting industry. He also addresses common misconceptions about unionization, such as the fear that unions only support the “lowest common denominator” and the belief that unions are only for blue-collar workers. Day’s post serves as a call to action for deposition reporters in NYC to unite and demand fair wages and better working conditions.
Day’s call for pledges to unionize comes at a time when the gig economy is on the rise and workers in various industries are struggling to make ends meet. With the power of social media and online platforms, Day’s message has already gained traction among deposition reporters in NYC. The Stenonymous blog has a loyal following among court reporters, transcriptionists, and other professionals in the legal field, making it the perfect platform to spread the word and encourage court reporters to take action.
The Stenonymous blog has been a trusted source of information and insights for the court reporting community for over half a decade. With his latest post, Day has once again proven his commitment to advocating for the rights and well-being of workers in the industry. As the call for pledges to unionize gains momentum, it is clear that Day’s message has struck a chord with many and has the potential to bring about positive change for deposition reporters in NYC, professionals that Day asserts are likely misclassified employees under the law.
For more information and to join the movement, visit the Stenonymous blog and pledge your support for unionization. Day’s final comment? “With workers of all professions and occupations unionizing, including doctors, 2024 has the potential to bring raises to a whole lot of people. I hope that my fellow reporters seriously consider this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.”