Hundreds of employees at the low-ratings CNN will be getting laid off for Christmas. Since many of them despise Christians, maybe it won’t be too painful for them to seek new employment while others celebrate the birth of Christ.
Posted BY: Patty McMurray
It’s all part of the risk one takes when agreeing to work for a dishonest, left-wing network that no one other than a captive audience waiting for their gate to open in an airport would choose to watch.
CNN’s Chief Creep (CEO) Chris Licht announced the news to employees in a memo on Wednesday that read:
To my CNN colleagues,
Our people are the heart and soul of this organization. It is incredibly hard to say goodbye to any one member of the CNN team, much less many. I recently described this process as a gut punch, because I know that is how it feels for all of us.
Today we will notify a limited number of individuals, largely some of our paid contributors, as part of a recalibrated reporting strategy.
Tomorrow, we will notify impacted employees, and tomorrow afternoon I will follow up with more details on these changes.
It will be a difficult time for everyone. If your job has been impacted, you will learn more through an in-person meeting or via Zoom, depending on your location. In those meetings, you will receive information specific to you about notice period or any severance that would apply, and your anticipated last day. I want to be clear that everyone who is bonus eligible will still receive their 2022 bonuses, which are determined by company performance.
I know these changes affect both our departing colleagues and those who remain, and we have resources designed to support you. I will include a link to those resources in my follow-up email tomorrow.
Let’s take care of each other this week.
BREAKING: CNN's new CEO Chris Licht informs employees of new layoffs underway as mass purge continues:— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) November 30, 2022
"Today we will notify a limited number of individuals, largely some of our paid contributors, as part of a recalibrated reporting strategy" pic.twitter.com/qSpeaaEJqH
Take care of each other? So, fire them and then tell them to “take care of each other”?