Showing items tagged with 'ballot'
7 December 2012: Strike action at the BBC over the Christmas period has been averted as the NUJ settled its dispute over compulsory redundancies at the Asian Network.
16 November 2012: BBC NUJ journalists are being balloted to take industrial action over compulsory job cuts at the Asian Network by December 31 and at BBC Scotland, BBC News and the World Service next year.
14 November 2012: The NUJ London branch of the BBC has passed a motion that has told its management to "get to grip with the culture of bullying, victimisation and harassment of staff that has been allowed to develop inside the corporation."
10 November 2012: In the final NUJ submission to the Leveson Inquiry, the union proposed a system of independent press regulation underpinned by statute.
29 August 2012: RCN Publishing staff, who produce the Nursing Standard, have voted overwhelmingly for industrial action over pay.
21 August 2012: Journalists in York facing a pay freeze – given the inflation rate, this is equivalent to a pay cut – are balloting for industrial action.
18 May 2012: The NUJ and BECTU are balloting their members at Associated Press following the press agency's decision to close its final salary pension scheme.
13 April 2012: The NUJ has served notice on BBC Wales of its intention to run a strike ballot among members in Cardiff and Bangor over the sacking of a union activist.
22 March 2012: More than eight out of ten NUJ members working for the Newsquest group have indicated that they are prepared to take strike action if they are not given a pay rise this year.
3 January 2012: Journalists at major Newsquest newspaper titles are being balloted for industrial action over pay.