Skip to comments.New York Times Offers Newsroom Buyouts; About 30 jobs will be eliminated
Posted on 12/03/2012 2:42:48 PM PST by jimbo123
The New York Times is attempting to save costs by implementing another round of newsroom staff cuts. According to a memo sent by executive editor Jill Abramson this morning, the newspaper is looking for 30 buyouts among newsroom staff. Over the next few days, Abramson wrote, certain employees will be asked to accept voluntary severance packages. (Newspaper Guild members also have the option to apply for a buyout even if theyre not among those contacted by the NYT.) If the quota isnt met through buyouts, Abramson will be forced to go to layoffs, she said.
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Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Clause.
“I want to see every single Obama voter suffer the consequences of their lovefest”
They will. Problem is, they won’t be the only ones to suffer.
Hmmmm. Anybody we know???
If they call a layoff by another name, do they still get unemployment?
They all signed up for the “Ding! Fries are done!” jobs, but Burger King has a 49 employee limit.
Why not switch to the Post now? :-)
Expect more large government ads, and official notices (we call that “gazetting” here). That’s a way for government to fund newspapers, without appearing to do so.
I would like to see every person who works for the Democrat “mainstream” newsrooms lose their jobs, their homes, and their families. For what they have done to the America I grew up in they deserve nothing less.
oh yeah, BIG time.
Back in the land of Excel and Word, will try to get the list updated for this evening's posting.
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