Showing items tagged with 'redundancies'
2 February 2009: Journalists in Shropshire are to ballot for industrial action after management announced compulsory redundancies.
28 January 2009: The NUJ chapel at the Derry Journal is to ballot over industrial action in response to plans to push through compulsory redundancies.
26 January 2009: Journalists in York are exploring ways of ending the ownership of the city's papers by a huge American conglomerate.
23 January 2009: The NUJ has condemned the plan to cut 45 jobs at the Western Daily Press and Evening Post in Bristol.
23 January 2009: More than 150 members of the 220-strong NUJ chapel at the Financial Times packed the staff canteen in London to listen to Tony Benn speak today.
22 January 2009: Newquest management has told the NUJ that voluntary redundancies at the Glasgow Herald and Evening Times would be put on hold until the union reps signed away their rights to take legal action for victimisation.
22 January 2009: Shropshire journalists will ballot for industrial action if their management doesn't answer questions about job cuts.
21 January 2009: Journalists in Leeds are to be balloted for strike action after Johnston Press announced three compulsory redundancies and called for 15 more volunteers to leave the company.
20 January 2009: Andy Burnham, the UK Culture Secretary, has agreed to meet with the NUJ to discuss the future of local news, following an intervention by Katy Clark, MP for North Ayrshire and Arran.
16 January 2009: NUJ members in Cumbria have called off plans for industrial action after persuading management not to press ahead with a threatened compulsory redundancy.