Showing items tagged with 'ballot'
27 March 2009: Journalists at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail in Glasgow voted last week to hold a strike ballot over plans to axe 70 jobs.
16 March 2009: Thousands of journalists at the BBC are to hold two national one-day strikes to protest about compulsory redundancies.
6 March 2009: Determined campaigning by an NUJ workplace chapel in the English Midlands has stopped five compulsory redundancies.
5 March 2009: Journalists at City AM have voted overwhelmingly to have their pay and conditions negotiated by the NUJ.
2 March 2009: Five NUJ workplace chapels are planning to take industrial action in the next fortnight as journalists step up their campaigning against media cutbacks.
26 February 2009: NUJ members at the Derry Journal have voted 100 per cent in favour of taking industrial action over job cuts and the introduction of centralised subbing at the paper.
23 February 2009: Journalists across Britain and Ireland are this stepping up the battle against redundancies, with hundreds of NUJ members taking industrial action and thousands being balloted to join in.
20 February 2009: NUJ members at the Independent and Independent on Sunday have voted in favour of taking industrial action over redundancies.
17 February 2009: NUJ representatives at Reed Business Information (RBI) are to meet the chief executive next week to discuss their dispute over job cuts and changes to working practices.
13 February 2009: Journalists at the Financial Times have voted to ballot for industrial action if talks with management does not stop compulsory redundancies.