Times Co. seeks deep cuts from Globe union

Pay levels, seniority rules, healthcare, and pension contributions all in play

Daniel Totten is president of the Boston Newspaper Guild. Daniel Totten is president of the Boston Newspaper Guild. (John Blanding/Globe Staff)
By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / April 9, 2009

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The New York Times Co. , which has threatened to shutter The Boston Globe, is seeking deep concessions from the Globe's largest union that could include pay cuts of up to 20 percent, the elimination of seniority rules and lifetime job guarantees, and millions of dollars in cuts in company contributions to retirement and healthcare plans. (Full article: 736 words)

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