Showing items tagged with 'dispute'
11 August 2020: The first day of action takes place on Tuesday 25 August and the union offers practical suggestions on ways to support the strike
22 December 2017: NUJ calls on the company to improve their pay offer.
3 February 2016: Talks at Acas in London, with representatives of the NUJ and the FT, have achieved a revised pensions offer. As a consequence, Thursday’s strike has been called off.
13 January 2016: Staff at the Financial Times have given the management until the end of the month to propose an acceptable solution to the dispute.
2 April 2015: NUJ send support and solidarity to Dunnes Stores workers on strike.
22 January 2014: The Wapping exhibition launches online this week.
19 February 2013: The NUJ's strike against compulsory redundancies and the threat to quality journalism was a great success, with many flagship national and regional programmes pulled off the air.
4 February 2013: BBC journalists have agreed to a corporation-wide work to rule and strike action over compulsory redundancies.
9 November 2012: As journalists in York ended a week of action, which resulted in them losing a day's pay for attending a ten-minute meeting, other chapels in the Newsquest group are being urged to take action.
8 November 2012: Members of the York chapel of the National Union of Journalists walked out of their office after management docked an entire day's pay for a meeting which lasted ten minutes.