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Papers get more staff hours than they pay for

A survey of readers of Hold the Front Page shows that most are working longer hours than those in their contracts. No surprise there: it has always been the case.

Hold the Front Page is jointly owned by the regional press giants, Northcliffe, Newsquest, Trinity Mirror and Johnston Press. Perhaps they will take notice of the results and start rewarding their journalists properly for the work they do. But don’t hold your breath.

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  1. Greenslade says

    Journalists work many hours beyond contract November 22 9:52 / Analysis / Permalink I’m grateful to Andrew Grant-Adamson forpointing out a survey resultthat deserves much wider circulation. The website owned by four of the largest regional press chains – Northcliffe, Newsquest, Trinity Mirror and Johnston Press – has held a survey which their senior managers should read and then, if they have a heart,

  2. Greenslade says

    / Permalink I’m grateful to Andrew Grant-Adamson for pointing out a survey result that deserves much wider circulation. The website owned by four of the largest regional press chains – Northcliffe, Newsquest, Trinity Mirror and Johnston Press – has held a survey which their senior managers should read and then, if they have a heart,