Showing items tagged with 'redundancies'
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.
3 September 2015: Nine jobs could go, leaving titles in York, Darlington and Bradford with one photographer role each.
16 July 2015: Laura Davison, NUJ national organiser, said:"It's another summer of sackings at Newsquest."
16 June 2015: Ten Birmingham MPs have written to Simon Fox, the chief executive of Trinity Mirror, to protest about his plans to cut jobs at the Birmingham Post and Mail.
12 June 2015: Trinity Mirror group journalists are in revolt over being forced to write "click-bait" stories and new targets to measure their work by the "click-ability" of their stories on the web.
10 June 2015: 24-hour strike called off as Phil Turner's job is saved and management agrees to sign a new house agreement.
8 June 2015: Union members and supporters of Phil Turner took to the streets to protest against the FoC of the Rotherham Advertiser being singled out for redundancy.
5 June 2015: Huge support for Phil Turner, the Rotherham Advertiser FoC, targeted by management for redundancy. A demonstration is being held in the town centre this Saturday.
4 June 2015: Messages of solidarity and support have been flooding in for Phil Turner, the Father of Chapel (FoC) at the Rotherham Advertiser, for compulsory redundancy.
4 June 2015: Trinity Mirror has announced it is to cut 19 jobs in Birmingham and six jobs in Coventry. Twenty jobs are also at risk in Scotland.