Fairfax Media editorial director Sean Aylmer appears to have chosen the wrong time to start a stoush with staff – a week out from federal budget day.
Fairfax Media editorial director Sean Aylmer has threatened journalists with repercussions for going on an unauthorised seven-day strike after Wednesday's announcement that a quarter of the journalistic staff would be cut to effect savings of $30 million.
Fairfax Media has announced that it will be cutting a quarter of its editorial staff at three of its newspapers and its online sites. This will amount to about 125 jobs in all.
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