McClatchy’s Charlotte Observer orders furloughs
From: [Managing editor] Carpenter, Cheryl
Date: May 8, 2013 3:09 PM
Subject: You’ll likely want to attend the standup today at 4:30 because ….
To: “CLT @Newsroom”
The furlough — which covers full-time hourly and exempt employees — officially starts June 3 and runs through Sept. 29, though if you have PTO scheduled within the next two weeks, you are welcome to call it a furlough if you choose.
More information to come.
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