SCMP staff will be asked to take three weeks unpaid leave. Photo: Martin Chan SCMP staff will be asked to take three weeks unpaid leave. Photo: Martin Chan
SCMP staff will be asked to take three weeks unpaid leave. Photo: Martin Chan

South China Morning Post to cut pay of top management and put staff on three weeks unpaid leave as part of cost-cutting measures

  • In email and video message to staff, CEO Gary Liu calls past year ‘truly unprecedented time’
  • Liu says company acting swiftly to establish new revenue sources while making tough decisions

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
SCMP staff will be asked to take three weeks unpaid leave. Photo: Martin Chan SCMP staff will be asked to take three weeks unpaid leave. Photo: Martin Chan
SCMP staff will be asked to take three weeks unpaid leave. Photo: Martin Chan
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