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Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish secretary, expresses “grave concern” over redundancy implications for staff and publications within the group.
The chapel has expressed no confidence in the company’s senior leaders, following the publisher's announcement to cut hundreds of jobs.
Conference voted for a campaign to improve diversity and starting wages in the books industry.
The union has learned of new plans by the publisher to place 420 jobs at risk of redundancy as part of company efforts to cut costs.
Mabic health & safety and welfare factsheet
The union has secured trade union recognition at publishing house Verso.
NUJ Oxford branch joined forces with the Oxford Publishing Society and the Oxford branch of the Society of Young Publishers to conduct a national survey
Conference heard and discussed a range of motions relating to the effect of Covid-19 on members, the way they work and how the NUJ should respond.
Campaigns to support local journalism, a review of newspaper business models, Local Democracy Reporters and support for academic publishers
The open access debate has revealed the complicated and contradictory nature of the academic publishing landscape in which trade unions have a role to play.