Wild Employees Receive Pay Cuts as NHL Lockout Continues

Created: 11/27/2012 3:27 PM KSTP.com By: Leslie Dyste

As the NHL lockout continues some Minnesota Wild employees are receiving pay cuts.

According to Aaron Sickman with the Minnesota Wild, hours will be cut for all non-union employees, which will result in a 20 percent pay cut.

The employees will be cut back to a four day, 32 hour work week.

The pay cut will be reflected in the paycheck employees receive Dec. 9.

Some Wild executives have already taken pay cuts.