Keller: We’re forced to resort to a small number of layoffs

Romenesko Memos
New York Times executive editor Bill Keller tells his staff: “Our hope, as you know, was that we could trim our payroll by encouraging enough volunteers to accept buyout offers. While the overwhelming
majority of our reductions did indeed come from volunteers, we have been forced to resort to a relatively small numbers of layoffs to meet our assigned goal. (We are not going to discuss numbers or the details of the staff reduction, nor will we be releasing a list of names.)”

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