Showing items tagged with 'covid-19'
2 April 2020: The BBC's future must be sustainable and protected.
1 April 2020: The union is urging the Scottish Parliament to consider the Freedom of Information implications in the Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill being pushed through the Scottish Parliament today.
1 April 2020: The union is asking JPIMedia NUJ members to contact their local reps re the company's announcement regarding the government's job retention scheme and proposed pay reductions.
31 March 2020: HW Fisher tax experts assess the scheme for Covid-19 assistance for the self-employed and offer helpline for freelance members.
31 March 2020: Following constructive talks with the NUJ and the National Police Chiefs Council, the council has produced guidance on working with journalists during the Covid-19 outbreak.
27 March 2020: The NUJ has welcomed the Chancellor’s new scheme for freelances affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, but said it doesn’t go far enough.
25 March 2020: The NUJ has welcomed new measures announced by the Irish government, including wage subsidies for employees in businesses that have been hit by the coronavirus.
21 March 2020: The NUJ's Irish Secretary warned many journalists in Ireland are fearful for their livelihood as a result of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
UK freelances face destitution as they have been 'forgotten' in the government’s rescue package for businesses
21 March 2020: Ministers must provide financial protection for the self-employed; other countries' deals may offer potential solutions, says the NUJ.
20 March 2020: Freelances in the creative and media industries are being hit hard during the coronavirus emergency.