Showing items tagged with 'ballot'
6 October 2009: NUJ members at Media Wales have agreed to hold a strike ballot after the company failed to guarantee that there would be no compulsory redundancies included in a plan to cut 13 jobs.
22 September 2009: Hundreds of people packed a Stand Up for The Observer public meeting in London last night to celebrate the world's oldest Sunday newspaper, which had been threatened with closure.
16 July 2009: Journalists working for the Evening Gazette in Middlesbrough are to ballot for industrial action over threatened compulsory redundancies.
10 July 2009: More than 80 NUJ members working for Trinity Mirror in the north east of England are to ballot for industrial action over job cuts.
1 July 2009: Trinity Mirror has announced predicted plans to close nine titles and cut 17 journalists' jobs in the midlands.
29 June 2009: Journalists have called on the Irish Times Trust to review what NUJ members have described as the flawed investment and diversification policy of the company.
29 June 2009: Around 150 journalists employed by Trinity Mirror in the midlands of England are to ballot for industrial action over the company's failure to rule out job cuts and changes to their papers.
19 June 2009: NUJ members at the BBC have voted overwhelmingly to accept an annual pay rise worth £450 to most staff at the corporation.
3 April 2009: Journalists who used to work for Thomson Financial News have voted in favour of strike action to protect the nine-day fortnight they have enjoyed since before they were merged into Thomson Reuters.
2 April 2009: Journalists on two of Scotland's biggest selling national newspapers are to take the first in two days of strike action over job cuts on Saturday.