Showing items tagged with 'redundancies'
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.
11 May 2009: The NUJ has launched an alternative awards scheme for the regional media in Britain and Ireland.
8 May 2009: Journalists at The Press and Gazette and Herald in York have been forced take legal action to find out how well their employer believes they are performing.
7 May 2009: Journalists in North-West England have condemned a Newsquest plan to create a centralised hub and make 10 staff compulsorily redundant.
7 May 2009: The BBC has announced plans to axe up to 90 further jobs in BBC News during talks with the representatives of the NUJ and BECTU.
6 May 2009: Journalists who were recent on strike for 13 days are to walk into Leeds city centre this afternoon to hand out thank you letters to the people of West Yorkshire.
27 April 2009: NUJ negotiators are due to meet senior executives of the Daily Record/Sunday Mail in Glasgow today following a solidly-backed wave of industrial action against compulsory redundancies at the Trinity Mirror-owned titles.
24 April 2009: Scotland's First Minster, Alex Salmond, supports NUJ leaders in their attempts to solve the problem of compulsory job cuts at the Daily Record and Sunday Mail.
23 April 2009: The Scottish Parliament has voted by a massive majority to back a motion calling on the bosses of the Daily Record and Sunday Mail to "listen to reason" before making compulsory redundancies.