Got rid of the highest paid even though they are currently profitable
The San Francisco Chronicle, owned by Hearst, laid off 15 people recently, including copy editors and page designers. The Chronicle is rehiring, not in San Francisco, but Houston, where salaries are far less.
I left years ago and recently ran into a friend who still works here. The stories she told me... Have things really changed that much? I left voluntarily for a better opportunity but there were no hard feelings. I actually liked working there. It... — read more
I've heard more Hearst layoffs are coming, could this be true?
At least half a dozen employees were laid off from Hearst Autos early Jan 2019. One of the layoffs was shamefully marked as "retirement".
https://www.poynter.org/news/about-30-jobs-cut-thanks-layoffs-and-buyouts-hearst-connecticut There you go As of last week, about 30 people were out at Hearst Connecticut newsrooms due to layoffs and buyouts. 30 sec call “The phone call may have been... — read more
Told Hearst downsizing. Food network magazine Eliminating position, layoffs.
This lay off is probably in preparation for the new CMO starting at the end of June in Houston.
I really feel sorry for Rodale employees. Being acquired is usually brutal, but Hearst is really not showing any mercy. Additional 35 employees have been laid off, bringing the total to 185 since the start of the year. Will there be anybody left... — read more
I know the announced layoffs of 150 employees are from the recently acquired Rodale Press, but is anybody worried that this will spill over to us as well? Acquisitions rarely go without casualties on both sides. Hopefully, I will be proven wrong, but... — read more
Things are good and improving, Hearst will have a great 2017
Any updates here, there are some rumors but nobody can confirm
Any news on Houston Chronicle Layoffs? I hear that the staff is shrinking rapidly...