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Job Cuts

'Twitterversy' over Sunday Times jobs cuts

STAFF AT the Sunday Times have responded to reports claiming four journalists at the organisation were laid off using methods that might have been borrowed from George Clooney’s character in the movie Up In The Air. On Twitter, reporters at the newspaper denied reports that the cuts were made inhumanely, and insisted that those affected were told their jobs were to be axed in face-to-face meetings.

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