Showing items tagged with 'equal pay'
5 April 2018: Women are being paid less, promoted less and lose out on bonuses and the union is urging its chapels to challenge their managements.
22 March 2018: The latest gender pay gap figures show the media world is a man's world for pay. This campaign will help reps negotiate fair policies for workplaces, with opportunities for all, and to challenge unequal pay.
6 March 2018: NUJ response to letter from 250 BBC staff calling on Tony Hall, BBC director general, to publish individual salaries and benefits of staff.
31 January 2018: Legal analysis carried out for the union concluded that the on-air review was not a genuine inquiry into fairness and equality of pay.
30 January 2018: Union says report on on-air staff shows serious lack of oversight of pay, but conclusion of no gender bias flies in the face of the reality, its members report.
30 January 2018: The union has condemned the BBC for routine secrecy over pay and for deliberately misleading NUJ members over their salary levels when they queried their pay.
10 November 2017: On Equal Pay Day, the NUJ said pay disparities throughout the media industry must be counterted by unions negotiating with employers and using new pay regulations
1 November 2017: Through no fault of Kieran Mulvey, former head of the Workplace Relations Committee, the report does not give a “full picture” of the situation in RTE, said Séamus Dooley, NUJ Irish Secretary.
4 October 2017: The union says more needs to be done on the gender gap as women members say they are being paid less than male colleagues for similar work or work of equal value.
3 August 2017: When the FT Group chapel discovered the gender gap among journalists at the organisation was 13 per cent, it took action.