Conde Nast cuts Town Car use, free lunches

Pity the poor staffers at Conde Nast.

Sure, other journalists are parking their bosses’ cars and sorting mail, but these magazine employees are about to really have it rough. The New York Post reports today that Conde Nast is eliminating free lunches for employees who eat at their desks, curbing its “free subscriptions for everyone!” policy and — gasp! — cutting back on Town Car use.

No Town Cars? What are these people to do?

Sounds like Conde Nast execs should have stopped these practices a long time ago. Don’t they know they work in the 21st Century media, where “boosting employee morale” and “being a company that people like working for” are long forgotten?


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