Showing items tagged with 'equal 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.
6 April 2017: Changes in law to make employers collect data on the gender pay gap must be used by unions to fight for fairer workplaces.
22 March 2016: Not all media employers want to embrace transparency or flexible working and if they are compelled to do so it will make media employment more accessible.
22 September 2015: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. A SIMILAR EVENT WILL BE HELD IN SPRING AT DELEGATE MEETING.THE RESULTS OF THE SURVEY WILL BE PUBLISHED LATER THIS MONTH.
13 July 2015: The Chainmakers festival commemorates the 10-day strike by women in 1910 to secure a minimum wage. Today the battle for equal pay goes on.
30 September 2014: Reports of sexual harassment, examples of "everyday sexism" and career progression stymied after having children were cited in a survey of NUJ members.
11 April 2014: Conference voted to campaign for a media and union that was representative of the population.