Newspaper publisher Johnston Press today froze workers' pay for another six months as it tied the bow on an executive's multimillion-pound pension.
Jobs cutter-in-chief Danny Cammiade is set to leave the firm in March with a £3.6m retirement stash while inflation eats away at workers' wages.
NUJ group chapel chairman Peter Johnson said: "Staff across the country are fed up with people getting these rewards for basically failing.
"Johnston Press continues to drive a coach and horses through any form of agreement.
"We entered local negotiations last year and the next day they announced a national pay freeze."
Before the recession, Johnston handed out £400m in bonuses and dividends to directors and shareholders while borrowing around £400m to expand its empire.
But afterwards bosses turned on staff with widespread redundancies and pay freezes.
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