Showing items tagged with 'redundancies'
11 June 2014: Journalists working for Newsquest (Hampshire), including the Southern Daily Echo, have voted to take action over pay and redundancies.
10 June 2014: Cuts to executive pay would save jobs in radio and the rest of the corporation.
9 June 2014: Staff photographers have been told they face losing their jobs in return for zero-hour contracts,
5 March 2014: The union is campaigning against imminent job cuts at Newsquest and is opposed to moving editorial production from three flagship Newsquest titles in the North East to Newport: the Northern Echo, Bradford Telegraph and Argus and The Press at York.
5 February 2014: Journalists on Newsquest titles in Bradford and York have voted in favour of strike action and industrial action short of a strike.
31 January 2014: 75 per cent yes vote for strike action as Newsquest moves editorial production to Newport, Wales, resulting in redundancies.
1 October 2013: Regional newspaper group Johnston Press has opened up a group-wide voluntary redundancy programme. The announcement comes soon after previous unstructured cuts and is deeply concerning for journalists.
26 July 2013: NUJ members at Newsquest delivered a strong YES vote for action to challenge the cuts in Scotland.
2 July 2013: A report published by the National Audit Office (NAO) found that savings the BBC made from senior manager redundancies exceeded the cost of severance payments and the BBC breached its policies on severance payments for senior managers.
1 July 2013: The National Union of Journalists is consulting members on a revised pay offer from the BBC.