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29 November 2013: A survey of 4,000 workers in the media and arts found that more than half of those questioned said they had been bullied, harassed or discriminated against.
31 July 2013: NUJ members working on TV listings for Red Bee Media have voted to accept an improved pay offer, negotiated by the NUJ.
23 May 2013: The NUJ has rejected the BBC's "£50" offer during latest talks on this year's pay deal, with Michelle Stanistreet, the union's general secretary, describing it as "unacceptable".
25 April 2013: The NUJ has welcomed the decision by the BBC director general to cap the redundancy payments of senior executives to £150,000.
20 March 2013: BBC Easter schedules will be disrupted as the National Union of Journalists has voted for strike action over compulsory redundancies, excessive workloads and bullying and harassment.
4 March 2013: The National Union of Journalists has put in a pay claim of RPI plus 3 per cent to the BBC, as part of a deal with Bectu and Unite, for 2013.
26 February 2013: BBC workers are to be balloted for strike action over compulsory redundancies, workload, stress and bullying and harassment.
9 October 2012: The NUJ has entered into dispute proceedings with the BBC Scotland over its selection process for redundancies. The corporation is looking for a possible 15 compulsory redundancies.
18 July 2012: Unions representing the entertainment industry are gearing up their campaign to fight the BBC cuts.
9 June 2012: Two days of strike action have been called off at Associated Press and Associated Press Television News as the press agency's management agreed to talk to the unions about changes to its pension deal.