Post-Dispatch the Latest to Beg Their Employees Not to Come to Work

Add the Post-Dispatch to the list of bleeding old-media companies that are forcing everyone they can [read: non-union employees] to take a one-week unpaid furlough. From The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has ordered all 300 of its nonunion employees to take a one-week unpaid furlough. The newspaper also suspended all 2009 merit raises for nonunion workers and the company match for its 401(k) program. The Post’s parent, Davenport, Iowa-based Lee Enterprises (NYSE: LEE), is $1. [Read More]