Showing items tagged with 'redundancies'
23 January 2012: Barry McCall has called for an investigation into the circumstances that allowed the majority shareholder of Vita Cortex to avoid his obligations to the redundant workers at the company.
24 November 2011: The Liverpool Daily Post is to cease being published as a daily and will become a weekly in the new year, with the loss of seven jobs.
24 November 2011: Fourteen redundancies have been announced by Media Wales, following on the heels of the loss of 28 editorial jobs in July.
21 November 2011: Journalists have delivered a wreath to the offices of the Cannock Chase Post newspaper in the West Midlands to mark the brutal closure of three weekly papers by Trinity Mirror.
17 November 2011: There is a crisis in the Welsh media, with the newspaper industry in dangerous decline and broadcasting's independence under threat, the NUJ has told an inquiry set up by the Welsh Assembly.
15 November 2011: Trinity Mirror has announced savage cuts to its titles in the Midlands, in what is feared could be the start of a broader cull throughout the group.
7 November 2011: The NUJ has won a significant financial victory for staff made redundant as a result of newspaper title closures.
2 November 2011: A meeting of BBC NUJ reps has unanimously called for a vote of no confidence in Mark Thompson – an unprecedented act against the director general.
25 October 2011: The NUJ has written to all its BBC members, warning them the corporation intends to press ahead with redundancies and service cuts.
5 October 2011: NUJ members at Newsquest Cheshire and Merseyside are on taking part in two days of strike action.