Showing items tagged with 'stress'
20 June 2019: Journalists on the The Scotsman, Edinburgh Evening News and Scotland on Sunday have gone public over the latest round of redundancies.
16 May 2019: The NUJ says Mental Health Awareness Week is a good opportunity to work with employers to identify factors which lead to stress in the workplace.
10 May 2019: Friday 21 June is the longest day of the year and the NUJ is celebrating the summer solstice by urging all members to organise breaks outside offices and newsrooms.
12 April 2019: Union activists and officials met in Manchester to share information, network and discuss strategies to meet the challenges of the industry.
18 February 2019: The two-day course offers guidance on dealing with the specific health, safety and welfare issues of bullying, harassment and work-related stress.
1 December 2017: Staff told jobs will go and current payments will be cut.
10 October 2017: The NUJ's Equality Council and Disabled Members’ Council highlights the day which aims to raise awareness of mental health issues and mobilise efforts in support of better mental health.
6 October 2017: Joint press statement from the Preston and Blackpool chapels regarding proposed job cuts from six commercially poorly performing weekly titles in the North West.
22 September 2017: The course offers guidance on dealing with the specific health, safety and welfare issues of bullying, harassment and work-related stress.
2 August 2017: As JP posts news of growth and profits, its journalists say the pay freeze should end and staff numbers increased.