Showing items tagged with 'johnston press'
11 October 2018: Chapel says its priority is to support its network of workplace reps and to get the best possible deal for every NUJ member, whatever happens in the weeks and months ahead.
21 April 2018: Union to campaign against poverty wages and heavy workloads, particularly in the local newspapers and books sectors.
20 April 2018: On Friday morning delegates agree the first set of campaigning priorities for the next two years.
12 February 2018: #useitpayforit: newspaper groups are sacking photographers and asking camera clubs for free images. The NUJ says if its good enough to publish it is good enough to be paid for.
13 October 2017: The publisher's festive offer of allowing staff a day off at Christmas in return for a pay cut has been met with derision by hard-pressed journalists.
6 October 2017: Joint press statement from the Preston and Blackpool chapels regarding proposed job cuts from six commercially poorly performing weekly titles in the North West.
3 October 2017: Loss of a physical presence is a terrible blow to the readers, as staff moved to an office almost 20 miles away.
10 August 2017: Behind the scenes at the company there is widespread discontent because pay has been frozen and staff cuts have increased workloads.
2 August 2017: As JP posts news of growth and profits, its journalists say the pay freeze should end and staff numbers increased.
25 July 2017: NUJ members were shocked at the scale of proposed job losses and the union has now submitted a list of demands to the company.