Sep 19, 2012, 12:02 PM EDT
NHL office staffers have been told by league commissioner Gary Bettman that they’ll be cut down to a four-day work week and will only receive 80 percent of their salary, reports the Canadian Press.
Bettman delivered the news Wednesday morning at a staff meeting in New York.
The commissioner, along with deputy commissioner Bill Daly, won’t receive any of their salary as long as the lockout continues.
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