- The Awl, Monday, November 30, 2009 1:35 PM
Gawker Media says that its widespread use of full-time yet non-employee contractors is finally being ended. Workers at the company's various blogs will have the choice between going full-time, as
"actual employees," or staying as contract workers, but only working four days a week.
"This is awesome news for those among us who were afraid that in the hideous future, no one would
ever find employee status anywhere again," writes longtime on-again-off-again Gawker editor Choire Sicha. "On a day-to-day level, this is less awesome for Gawker Media employees, who have to choose
between being squeezed into the office ... for every workday or retaining their freedom to take on additional work elsewhere."
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