Showing items tagged with 'collective bargaining'
6 October 2012: Illegal and exploitative practices in the press have flourished because of union derecognition in the 1980s.
23 August 2012: Trinity Mirror Cheshire has recognised the NUJ – the last regional centre in England to do so.
22 May 2012: A national dispute over pay and conditions at the BBC has been settled. Bectu, Unite and the NUJ yesterday endorsed concessions offered by BBC management.
19 April 2012: The NUJ, Bectu and Unite are balloting their BBC members on strike action and action short of a strike over a “derisory pay award”.
4 April 2011: Trade unionists in the UK joined a day of action to show solidarity with United States workers and their unions, fighting for the right to collective bargaining in Wisconsin and many other states.
15 June 2009: Freelance workers who are primarily dependent upon a single organisation should be entitled to legal rights similar to those protecting employees, the NUJ's Freelance Organiser told a conference of contractors, tax experts and employment lawyers on Wednesday,
16 January 2009: The Irish Executive Council (IEC) of the NUJ has urged members working for Independent News & Media (INM) not to sign up to a company-wide campaign to reduce wages.
4 December 2008: NUJ members at Thomson Reuters in London have unanimously rejected a 1 per cent pay offer and agreed to hold a ballot for industrial action.