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Staff at Midlands news group to ballot for action over pay, potential job losses and working practices
6 July 2020: The editorial staff at Bullivant Media Limited have unanimously voted to ballot for strike action and action short of strike action.
Two-thirds of media workers have suffered financially because of the pandemic; and fear worse to come
11 May 2020: As many as 66 per cent of UK media workers have suffered financially because of the pandemic and lockdown, with freelances feeling unsupported by the government’s financial aid package.
6 April 2020: Company plans to put a fifth of its workforce on furlough and cut pay by 10 per cent for remaining staff
1 April 2020: The union is asking JPIMedia NUJ members to contact their local reps re the company's announcement regarding the government's job retention scheme and proposed pay reductions.
24 March 2020: Newsquest, one of the biggest media companies providing local news in the UK, has announced a series of cuts affecting staff.
9 March 2020: BBC presenter Samira Ahmed told the TUC Women’s conference how the NUJ won her case when she found a male colleague was paid six times more than her
3 December 2019: Congress calls on unions in the private sector to seek pay increases ranging between 3.5 per cent and 4.5 per cent for 2020
7 October 2019: This October branch meeting will focus on gender pay inequality and how NUJ members can address the problem in their own workplace, with speakers from the BBC and FT
30 September 2019: Many UK freelances and casuals are entitled to holiday pay in law, but an NUJ survey found that almost nine in 10 did not receive it. Are you losing out? The NUJ has been successful in winning holiday pay and backpay for many of its members. This campaign will help you find out if you are entitled to holiday pay.
12 April 2019: Union activists and officials met in Manchester to share information, network and discuss strategies to meet the challenges of the industry.