RT @CBCCanada: Globe and Mail offers voluntary buyouts in effort to save $10M annually https://t.co/Tu22G2a7dH https://t.co/a5ewvLcRaY

The union that represents media workers at the Globe called it a "sad day" in a bulletin to staff on Wednesday. "Less than a week after proudly celebrating its award-winning journalism at the National Newspaper Awards — quality journalism that is only made possible because of the talent and dedication of its reporters, editors, visual journalists, ad revenue staff and others — the employer has decided to drastically cut staff," wrote the union's unit chair Mason Wright.

A Globe spokeswoman says employees have until May 29 to enrol in the voluntary program and the company will decide in July if involuntary layoffs are necessary.

The Globe and Mail has offered its employees a voluntary severance program in an effort to cut costs.

The Globe and Mail has offered its employees a voluntary severance program in an effort to cut costs.

A Globe spokeswoman says employees have until May 29 to enrol in the voluntary program and the company will decide in July if involuntary layoffs are necessary.

The Globe and Mail last offered voluntary severance to its employees in 2016.

RT @CBCCanada: Globe and Mail offers voluntary buyouts in effort to save $10M annually https://t.co/Tu22G2a7dH https://t.co/a5ewvLcRaY

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