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NUJ vacancy freelance project worker, Glasgow, November 2019

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The National Union of Journalists is seeking a part-time freelance project worker for a six-month funded position. Consulting with the Scottish organiser and training Manager, based at the NUJ’s Scottish office in Glasgow, the project worker will be responsible for the development and integration of the “Digital Interactive Leadership & Organising Network” project. The project will reach employers, freelance members and trade union officials through training, mentoring, and a digital network.

Your handy guide to NUJ reps' training

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Pamphlet on the training offered for reps and freelances

Holiday Pay poster

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Poster for the Holiday Pay campaign

Guidance for NUJ M/FoCs on employment status

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Advice on employment status -- as part of Holiday Pay campaign

Holiday Pay flier

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Many UK freelances and casuals are entitled to holiday pay in law, but an NUJ survey found that almost nine in 10 did not receive it. Are you losing out? The NUJ has been successful in winning holiday pay and backpay for many of its members. This campaign will help you find out if you are entitled to holiday pay.

NUJ submission to the Government Equalities Office consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace

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Consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace and amendments to the Equality Act

Letter to Tony Hall over censure of Naga Munchetty

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The general secretary of the NUJ's letter to the BBC director general, expressing her deep concern over the BBC’s determination that presenter Naga Munchetty had breached the corporation’s editorial guidelines and asking him to intervene and have the decision reversed.

Minutes PRCC 18 June 2019

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Minutes PRCC 18 June 2019.pdf

Minutes PRCC 12 February 2019

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Minutes PRCC 12 February 2019.pdf

Minutes Policy Committee 1 November 2018

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Minutes Policy Committee 1 November 2018.pdf

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