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Union called in over fears for staff welfare at Brighton Argus

10 March 2017: Staff say changes at the newspaper and loss of staff are having a toll on their wellbeing.

Transformational or delusional?

5 August 2016: The poor performance of Johnston Press and its CEO Ashley Highfield is causing great concern for the NUJ.

NUJ appeals to Johnston Press shareholders at AGM

19 May 2016: Union representatives attended this year’s AGM to highlight concerns about the company’s strategies and current working conditions.

Stress @ work - new NUJ video

16 April 2016: Union delegate conference shown new video by NUJ Scotland about stress at work in the media industry.

Newsquest forcing staff to decide: sign new contract or lose job

8 April 2016: The union is urging the company to change its current approach and instead engage in meaningful consultation with the NUJ.

Newsquest called to review "flawed" production system

19 January 2016: The NUJ's group chapel said the company must address problems to protect the quality of journalism and to safeguard staff.

Derry North West Ireland branch meeting 26 November

24 November 2015: The theme is dealing with stress and bullying with Barbara Martin, chair of the Irish Congress of Trades Unions (NI) health and safety committee.
The speaker was re-scheduled from last month's meeting.

Remember the dead, fight for the living on Workers Memorial Day

28 April 2015: Paul Holleran highlights the health and safety issues impacting on NUJ members.

Highfield told to forgo bonus by poorly-paid, stressed-out staff

27 April 2015: Johnston Press's chief executive's 7.5 per pay rise and £1.65m pay package is called unfair by NUJ chapel.

Major summit for newspapers and agencies

27 February 2015: The union's newspapers and agencies industrial council is holding an event for reps to discuss the challenges in the industry and how chapels and branches can respond

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