The final agenda for NUJ delegate meeting 2014
The report warns that the economic recovery could fail one in five people in paid employment. The report provides a detailed analysis of the rise of low pay and working poverty and shows that spiralling living costs and stagnating wages at the bottom create a “double squeeze” on the lowest paid. The five million people in low paid employment have the smallest budget elasticity, and are therefore hit hardest by rising living costs.
Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) 2013/14 State of the Profession (PR) survey
The NUJ Edinburgh freelance branch launch new award for arts journalists.
Employers have been slow to recognise that women of menopausal age may need special consideration and for too long it has simply been seen as a private matter. It is important that trade unions raise the issue in the workplace and make sure that employers are aware of their responsibilities to ensure that conditions in the workplace do not make the symptoms worse. Women who are experiencing the menopause also need to know that there is someone they can go to discuss any difficulties they are having. This guidance will help union representatives on dealing with issues around the menopause
NUJ campaign poster for the TUC's work your proper hours day on Friday 28 February 2014
Federation of Entertainment guidelines on bullying and harassment in the media and entertainment industries.
The Federation of Entertainment guidelines on bullying and harassment for staff working in the entertainment and media industries.
NUJ briefing for MPs on the intellectual property bill
NUJ briefing for members of parliament (MPs) on the situation of journalists in Egypt. January 2014