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Newsquest Christmas cuts & redundancy as boss pockets £1m-plus

1 December 2017: Staff told jobs will go and current payments will be cut.

Eight out of ten women at the BBC believe they are paid less than male counterparts

10 November 2017: On Equal Pay Day, the NUJ said pay disparities throughout the media industry must be counterted by unions negotiating with employers and using new pay regulations

Johnston Press's Christmas offer dubbed the worst cracker joke

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.

NUJ response to the BBC's Equal Pay Audit and Pay Gap Report

4 October 2017: The union says more needs to be done on the gender gap as women members say they are being paid less than male colleagues for similar work or work of equal value.

Pay & Privatisation: TUCG fringe meeting

29 August 2017: This Trade Union Co-ordinating Group fringe will be discussing the campaign
to defend public services and ensure those who deliver them receive the pay
they deserve.

Newsquest profits & can afford to pay staff more

11 August 2017: The latest results show Gannett UK made £44.81m profit after tax in 2016.

Freelance Salon, Cardiff. Diversify to succeed.

7 August 2017: If you’re freelance and would like an injection of exciting new ideas or you are considering a freelance career then this event is not to be missed.

FT statement on #equal pay

3 August 2017: When the FT Group chapel discovered the gender gap among journalists at the organisation was 13 per cent, it took action.

NUJ Johnston Press chapel responds to latest company figures

2 August 2017: As JP posts news of growth and profits, its journalists say the pay freeze should end and staff numbers increased.

Trinity Mirror staff ask why they are getting a 1 per cent pay deal as company announces a 20 per cent profit

31 July 2017: As shareholders at TM can look forward to a dividend pay-out of 7.1 per cent and the company forecasts a profit of 19.6 per cent, the NUJ is asking why staff have been offered a deal which is essentially a pay cut.

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