Showing items tagged with 'redundancies'
13 July 2010: Trinity Mirror group, owners of the Manchester Evening News, have announced a further round of redundancies.
10 June 2010: Trinity Mirror has announced plans to axe 200 jobs at the Daily and Sunday Mirror and The People.
2 June 2010: James Harding, editor of The Times, is under fire from the NUJ for the way in which jobs have been cut at the newspaper.
1 May 2010: Journalists bombarded directors of the Johnston Press Group with tough questions at the company's annual shareholders' meeting in Edinburgh.
28 April 2010: Journalists working for Johnston Press in Scarborough, Whitby and Malton are taking strike action next Friday.
22 April 2010: Journalists and their colleagues at the Manchester Evening News have condemned the announcement of redundancies in clerical and finance departments.
31 March 2010: An anonymous reporter who describes "the death of local journalism" underlines the need for urgent action to save professional newsgathering in Britain and Ireland.
11 March 2010: NUJ members at media management company, Red Bee Media, are voting on industrial action over attacks on their established redundancy terms agreement.
14 January 2010: Trinity Mirror plans to make yet further cutbacks at its Birmingham centre – and NUJ members working for the Birmingham Post and Mail are voting once again on whether to take industrial action.
25 November 2009: NUJ members at Trinity Mirror's Birmingham papers will strike in the next three weeks unless the threat of compulsory redundancies is lifted.