Magazine publishers are pushing back the newsstand release date of the most important issue of the year to September instead of August due to the coronavirus.
More than 80 brands have participated, including Chanel, Gucci, Cartier, Carolina Herrera and Unilever.
Currently, only print employees at People Magazine, one of Meredith’s prized possessions, are unionized with the News Guild of New York.
Employees have to wait for the National Labor Relations Board to decide if this can take place by post as most work from home.
Volandes will have the dual position of editor in chief of Town & Country, while a new editor in chief of Elle Decor will be announced shortly.
The move comes just over a week after the publisher of Vogue, Vanity Fair and GQ announced plans to cut salaries, furlough staffers.
From photographers shooting their live-in model partners to A-listers applying their own makeup for cover shoots and there’s not an entourage or diamond in sight.
The federal body that decides if and when a vote will take place halted elections due to the COVID-19, but will resume Monday.
Mansfield was the former president and chief executive officer of the National Magazine Company Ltd., Hearst’s U.K. publishing arm.
BuzzFeed has implemented a company-wide pay cut, W Magazine has furloughed a number of staffers and worse could come.
Julee Wilson, previously at Essence, will be among the new hires onboarding remotely next week.
The spread of coronavirus has delayed the hiring of Glenda Bailey’s successor at Harper’s Bazaar.