Times Media plans to screw workers


Times Media plans to screw workers

Medical aid increases are only for former top management. 

Victory – of a sort – for an elite minority of 23 former Times Media pensioners, in their battle for annual increases to be restored for their post-retirement medical subsidy.

The 23, led by former Times Media MDs Stephen Mulholland and Roy Paulson, with ex-Sunday Times managing editor Jimmy Mould doing the donkey work, have discreetly accepted a settlement offer by incumbent CEO Andrew Bonamour that will see their full medical subsidies restored, backdated for the last two years. But Bonamour refuses to extend the settlement to the group’s remaining 365 old-timers.

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