Showing items tagged with 'redundancies'
5 April 2011: Journalists at three Newsquest centres have been told the company plans to centralise sub-editing operations in the North of England with a loss of 14 jobs.
1 April 2011: The NUJ has called for a full investigation into the collapse of the Sport Media Group.
31 March 2011: The NUJ has withdrawn strike notice served on the Newry Democrat following negotiations with management.
14 March 2011: Journalists will strike over enforced redundancies at the Newry Democrat, owned by the Alpha Newspaper Group which is headed by former deputy leader of the Unionist Party, Lord Kilclooney.
8 March 2011: The National Union of Journalists has stepped up its recruitment campaign among D C Thomson workers by repositioning an ad trailer outside the company's main newspaper offices in Dundee.
15 February 2011: The BBC has announced job cuts in its current affairs department.
14 February 2011: Journalists at the North-West Evening Mail have voted overwhelming for strike action in a dispute over job cuts, staffing levels and working hours.
7 February 2011: Journalists at Sheffield Newspapers will strike this week over management plans to halve the number of production jobs at the Johnston Press 'editorial hub' in the city.
17 January 2011: Employees at the major legal publisher Sweet and Maxwell are consulting unions to defend jobs against management redundancy plans at its offices in Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire and London.
14 January 2011: Journalists at the Sheffield Star are voting on industrial action over management plans to shut down jobs at its editorial 'hub' in the city.