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Bustle Digital Group employees are tweeting their layoffs, as at least 14 more writers and editors are cut

“Bustle Digital Group, a digital media conglomerate targeting millennial women, cut more employees Thursday following an October Insider report revealing staggered layoffs and cratering morale” writes Benjamin Goggin for businessinsider.com. According to tweets from affected employees, at least 14 full and part-time positions were eliminated, affecting lifestyle, books, and entertainment employees.In a statement provided to Insider, a Bustle Digital Group spokesperson downplayed the cuts, saying “BDG has recently hired dozens of writers and editors across our many properties — especially Nylon, Mic, Inverse, and Input.Insider also reported that Bustle Digital Group was seemingly embarking under a new editorial direction under new lifestyle editor-in-chief Emma Rosenblum, who has overseen cuts to Bustle Digital Group’s news and entertainment coverage, while bringing in a leadership team largely composed of former Hearst employees.
 
Source: businessinsider.com



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