Showing items tagged with 'executive pay'
8 September 2013: NUJ says MPs' committee must get answers to the conflicting accounts of the BBC's £25m pay-offs
30 January 2012: Newspaper staff in South East Essex have started a work-to-rule today in protest at the latest pay freeze at Newsquest newspaper titles.
16 May 2011: More than 20 million votes at the Trinity Mirror AGM were cast against the £3.7 million in pay and pensions enjoyed by the board last year.
11 May 2011: NUJ members attended the Trinity Mirror group annual shareholders' meeting in Canary Wharf to highlight management failures.
26 July 2010: The NUJ has condemned BBC senior managers after a multi-million pound pension slush fund for senior BBC executives was exposed this weekend.
1 May 2010: Journalists bombarded directors of the Johnston Press Group with tough questions at the company's annual shareholders' meeting in Edinburgh.
8 April 2010: The latest exorbitant salary award in the publishing industry – this time to Trinity Mirror chief executive, Sly Bailey, – has been described by the NUJ as "a bloody disgrace".
30 March 2010: A parliamentary report released today has criticised executive pay at the BBC and a lack of transparency in the way it presents pay information for its most senior managers.
12 November 2009: Journalists at the BBC World Service News and Current Affairs department are to hold a referendum on cutting the salary of BBC director general, Mark Thompson.
28 September 2009: Disclosures made to the London Stock Exchange show Trinity Mirror's three executive directors have been rewarded with free shares worth more than £800,000 while imposing job cuts and a pay freeze on the group's employees.