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Staff have voted overwhelmingly in favour of strike action and action short of a strike.
Reach journalists call for company bosses to reinvest their excessive pay deals to fund a fair wage for staff
They tell the company’s chief executive and chief financial officer to use their £7m pay packages towards a fair pay deal for staff.
New interim figures from publisher reveal "a strong balance sheet" of £44m.
The union has requested "immediate information" on new proposals, following the company's announcement.
A failure from the publisher to increase its pay offer to staff, means the union will proceed with next steps in the industrial action ballot.
The union will encourage members to vote yes to strike action and action short of strike, in the upcoming industrial action ballot.
The NUJ is preparing a formal industrial action ballot of Reach members over the company’s 3% pay offer. Join the NUJ by 31 July 2022 to obtain a vote in the ballot.
NUJ members at Reach titles will be balloted in coming weeks, following rejection of a 3% pay offer.
A motion from the NUJ Reach group chapel urges bosses to deliver a fair pay package that values staff and begins to address pay inequalities.
NUJ condemns “anti-democratic” decision to ban reporters in attempt to undermine quality journalism.