Tuesday, February 24, 2009

The Financial Times Employees transferred to a three-day working week.

Guide newspaper The Financial Times has offered its staff the summer of 2009 to move to a three-day working week, said in Monday, February 23, AFP.

"We are ready to offer our employees a flexible schedule, including a three-day working week from June to August, which would respond rapidly to changes in the market", - explained the press-secretary of The Financial Times Guide Tom Glover.

British newspaper The Guardian, referring to its sources in the wording of The Financial Times, reports that employees of business newspapers also offered an additional holiday, which will be paid only in part.

In January 2009, The Financial Times announced a reduction of 80 posts, including 20 editorial rates.

The newspaper The Financial Times, considered the world's leading business publication, is a media group Pearson.

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