The Guild said in a statement that the plan approved by board members would give members a 3-percent wage increase upon ratification and a 3.5-percent increase in the two-year agreement's second year. Members would also get a .5-percent pension and health contribution increase.
The new deal follows the Internet provisions earlier agreed to by writers, directors and another actors union. The Guild had waged a year-long battle for better Internet compensation.
The Guild's interim national executive director David White said in the statement that the union is eager to get members back to work.