Showing items tagged with 'financial times'
15 August 2018: The Financial Times chapel has called for greater clarity on the CEO's offer, asking if it will address the gender pay gap and low pay in parts of the organisation.
8 June 2018: Leading chronicler of UK labour and industry at the Financial Times who became Labour government adviser, is remembered by the FT's John Lloyd
28 March 2018: "The powerful, rich, and legally equipped should not be allowed to silence their complainants in exchange for money where the behaviour alleged is illegal."
26 March 2018: The FT chapel has called on its management to set hard targets to close its median pay gap of nearly 20 per cent and mean gap of almost a quarter between men and women.
15 September 2017: Union pays tribute and expresses sympathy to family, colleagues and friends.
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 June 2017: The NUJ life member and former world news desk Americas editor, who retired from the Financial Times in 2009, is remembered by his colleagues.
31 March 2017: Journalists at Financial Publishing, the magazine arm of the Financial Times, have signed a new house agreement, including sabbaticals and improved starting salaries, for all UK-based staff.
23 February 2016: Whether it is covering crime, the arts, politics or a region, there are many benefits to being a special correspondent.
15 February 2016: After seven months of conflict at the Financial Times, NUJ members have voted to accept an improved offer from management.