Showing items tagged with 'redundancies'
3 December 2015: More than 300 years' worth of experience has been lost from Newsquest's south London titles in the past two years, because of redundancy or reporters leaving in disgust because of savage cuts to newsrooms.
19 November 2015: Six jobs are to go on the Lancashire Telegraph as company's relentless sackings continue.
18 November 2015: The company is to make four features jobs and seven photographer posts redundant.
9 November 2015: The publisher is to move eight posts on its titles in south London to its production centres in Weymouth and Newport.
23 October 2015: A total of 10 jobs are at risk at the Bolton News and other north-west titles.
8 October 2015: After a summer of sackings, NUJ members working for Newsquest reacted with complete disbelief when the company was given an Investors in People award.
1 October 2015: The company is to cut the pictures department from three photographers to one picture editor and use readers' pictures and freelance contributions.
28 September 2015: More photographer jobs to go on the Southern Daily Echo as part of newspaper group's policy to “move away from images provided by staff photographers”.
17 September 2015: Union condemns latest cuts announcement to impact on Southampton and Basingstoke sites as well as the Reading Chronicle, Slough Observer and Bracknell News.
9 September 2015: Concerns raised about the future of quality journalism at Trinity Mirror following the announcement of cuts and redundancies and the introduction of individual website 'click' targets for journalists in Wales.