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Unions urged to use new pay rules to fight for women’s equality

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.

NUJ welcomes call for flexible working

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.

NUJ Pay Day

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.

How the frailer vessel fought back

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.

survey reveals women earn less than male counterparts in broadcasting

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.

DM2014: More women on the back page and fewer fluffy socialites in PR

11 April 2014: Conference voted to campaign for a media and union that was representative of the population.

Women still earn £5,000 a year less than men

7 November 2013: Women working in culture, media and sport experience the second biggest pay gap at 27.5 per cent – around £10,000 a year.

Equal Pay complaint leads to success for NUJ member

8 November 2012: An NUJ member working for the Press Association has achieved an £8k per annum back-dated pay increase after lodging a grievance supported by the NUJ.

Equal Pay Day cake sale highlights gender pay gap

2 November 2010: The NUJ marked this year's Equal Pay Day on Tuesday 2 November by raising awareness about unequal pay and organising a cake sale.

Changing Times? The battle for equal pay continues

25 October 2010: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ General Secretary, writes about the NUJ's tradition of equality and the battle for equal pay.

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