Showing items tagged with 'collective bargaining'
31 March 2017: Journalists at Financial Publishing, the magazine arm of the Financial Times, have signed a new house agreement, including sabbaticals and improved starting salaries, for all UK-based staff.
8 September 2016: The growing trend towards freelancing must not be used as an opportunity for new forms of exploitation a seminar at the European Parliament on the future of the arts, media and entertainment sector was told.
13 May 2014: Paul Holleran, NUJ Scotland organiser, describes his visit to Palestine and work with sister union the Palestinian Journalists Syndicate.
23 April 2014: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) welcomed the first workshop organised by member union, the Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate and involving the support of the NUJ.
16 April 2014: The NUJ is calling on the management of Independent newspapers (London) to recognise the union for workers in its digital section.
6 December 2013: The NUJ and sister union BECTU have been successful in achieving a recognition deal at Al-Jazeera.
6 November 2013: The official commemoration of the 1913 Lock Out will be remembered as “a hypocritical charade” if the government commitment to publish legislation on collective bargaining is not honoured by the end of the year.
30 October 2013: The NUJ is backing the Institute of Employment Rights' manifesto, which calls on the government to encourage negotiation between employers and workers' reps.
7 June 2013: The International Federation of Journalists congress in Dublin was opened in style by Michael D Higgins, the President of Ireland, who spoke of the need to protect media diversity and pluralism.
17 October 2012: Michelle Stanistreet calls on News International to clarify an email relating to “worrying and bizarre” changes at the Irish Sun newspaper.