Showing items tagged with 'redundancies'
28 July 2009: Strike action has been called-off at Trinity Mirror's Birmingham-based titles after the NUJ chapels secured an agreement on no compulsory redundancies.
24 July 2009: More than a dozen UK MPs have signed a motion demanding more rights for freelances who lose work during the recession.
23 July 2009: NUJ members at Trinity Mirror's Midlands titles have voted to strike on 30 July.
16 July 2009: Journalists working for the Evening Gazette in Middlesbrough are to ballot for industrial action over threatened compulsory redundancies.
9 July 2009: Penguin Books in London have announced plans to cut 100 jobs.
2 July 2009: MPs from the Commons Culture Select Committee are to meet the NUJ chapels at Yorkshire Post newspapers in Leeds following an intervention at a meeting in York last night.
16 June 2009: NUJ members at The Daily Record & Sunday Mail in Scotland have voted to call off their industrial action following a lengthy chapel meeting.
5 June 2009: Staff at the Birmingham Post, Mail, Sunday Mercury and associated weeklies Stood Up for Journalism today in the face of cutbacks and uncertainty about the future of their titles.
29 May 2009: The NUJ is to seek compensation that could total two million pounds for journalists who were forced to reapply for their own jobs at the Glasgow Herald group.
15 May 2009: Newsquest in Bolton have backed off from imposing compulsory redundancies after NUJ members refused to take part in the selection process.