WBJ is reporting that nearly 1,500 employees at USA Today are going to get another week of unpaid time off between now and July thanks to another round of furloughs. The news came via email from USA Today publisher David Hunke yesterday. Hunke also extended the year long pay freeze by at least 90 more days.
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