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Around seven out of ten LGBT workers experienced at least one type of sexual harassment at work and almost one in eight LGBT women reported being seriously sexually assaulted or raped at work, a TUC survey has revealed.
The NUJ says Mental Health Awareness Week is a good opportunity to work with employers to identify factors which lead to stress in the workplace.
Friday 21 June is the longest day of the year and the NUJ is celebrating the summer solstice by urging all members to organise breaks outside offices and newsrooms.
Broadcasting watchdog must reverse decision to let commercial radios reduce local programming and content
Hundreds of jobs in local radio could be lost following changes made by Global.
The Photographers’ Council of the National Union of Journalists has given its backing to the union's Oxford branch, which has called on NUJ members, friends and supporters not to provide free images to local Newquest publications
A delegation from the NUJ warned Reach shareholders and board members of unfair pay, looming cuts and a growing gender pay gap when it joined the company’s AGM on 2 May.
Newsrooms from the Orkneys to Cornwall to Limerick gave tribute to the murdered 29-year-old journalist.
Michelle Stanistreet and members of the NUJ will be representing the union at the funeral of Lyra McKee at St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast.
The huge rise in racism, hate crime and far right attacks because of Brexit and wider global trends were themes picked up by a succession of speakers at the conference.
Union activists and officials met in Manchester to share information, network and discuss strategies to meet the challenges of the industry.