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10 August 2020: Survey shows that more than three quarters of PR workers have been working longer than usual hours during the pandemic, with almost four out of five feeling more stressed than usual.
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.
9 July 2019: THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL. CONTACT firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on the reserve list.
2 May 2018: Latest figures show a 21 per cent pay gap in the PR and comms industry.
17 October 2017: The NUJ has offered its support for the International Communications Consultancy Organisation's 10 principles for ethical PR behaviour.
5 September 2017: The NUJ has welcomed the ruling by the Public Relations and Communications Association to ban Bell Pottinger for five years.
10 February 2017: Gerry Carson, a PR professional, explains how his boss negotiated for him join the union during a turbulent time in Northern Ireland.
11 July 2016: The union recommended a more “open and collaborative relationship" in its submission to the College of Policing consultation on police/media relations.
6 May 2016: The union has sent its support to Hayley Court, former media officer at South Yorkshire Police, for speaking out against immoral spin and bullying.