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Globe union faces cuts, furloughs

Approval called crucial for paper's future

Esteban Jaimes (left) and Edward Parrish, members of the Teamsters union, loaded papers yesterday. Esteban Jaimes (left) and Edward Parrish, members of the Teamsters union, loaded papers yesterday. (Essdras M. Suarez/ Globe Staff)
By Robert Gavin and Keith O'Brien
Globe Staff / May 7, 2009

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Members of the Boston's Globe largest union tonight will hear the details of a proposal that would impose deep wage cuts, freeze pensions for many employees, and essentially eliminate the lifetime job guarantees held by veteran employees to provide the $10 million in savings demanded by the paper's owner, the New York Times Co. (Full article: 1065 words)

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