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The menopause is a workplace issue: guidance and policy for NUJ chapels and branches
The safety of journalists has been and will continue to be a major priority for the union
Conference debated and agreed motions committing to campaign for improved members' pay and terms and conditions.
The NUJ’s Health and Safety committee marks #IWMD23 and reflects on action needed to ensure journalists’ safety at work.
Issue one of the Health and Safety committee's newsletter explores work habits and health risks following the pandemic, latest activity from the campaigns team, good employer practice and more.
Thanks to funding from the Printing Charity, The Rory Peck Trust is able to provide financial assistance through a Crisis Fund and a Therapy Fund for British or UK-based freelance NUJ members whose livelihoods or mental health have been affected as a result of their work as journalists.
This toolkit is designed to help union reps ensure that the health and safety of members who are pregnant is protected from the moment the rep becomes aware that a member is pregnant, to their return to work and beyond. It is mainly targeted at health and safety reps but will also be useful for other reps who may be the first point of contact for a colleague who is experiencing problems at work because of their pregnancy.
For 20 years the NUJ has campaigned for justice.
London protestors occupied media headquarters and targeted journalists.