08:20 AM ET 11.28 | The harsh reality of the lockout took hold Tuesday in the State of Hockey. During an all-staff meeting at 2 p.m. CT, the Wild announced that the roughly 200-person staff will be put on four-day, 32-hour work weeks, Chief Operating Officer Matt Majka told the Star Tribune. That will mean a 20% paycut for almost all employees. In an attempt to lessen the hurt with the holidays coming up, employees won't see an initial reduction in pay until their first paycheck after Christmas. "Our whole philosophy is we're all in this together," Majka said. ... If the lockout continues or eventually results in the cancelation of the 2012-13 season, Majka wouldn't speculate if layoffs could be the next step.