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Survey shows dangerous levels of stress at Johnston Press

14 November 2014: Moratorium on cuts called for as survey reveals journalists working long hours without breaks as they take on more tasks with fewer staff in the newsroom.

NUJ launches stress survey at Johnston Press titles

24 September 2014: A confidential online stress survey has been launched at Johnston Press.

From stress to success

11 September 2014: A practical one-day seminar for anyone who has experienced stress or knows anyone who has. This event has been postponed until next year. Date tbc.

DM 2014: National campaign against stress at work

11 April 2014: NUJ to campaign for 'stress busting' programme in workplaces.

Bullying and harassment and stress training

7 December 2012: Training for NUJ Reps in how to deal with bullying, harassment and stress.

Stress time-bomb ticking at Johnston Press

13 November 2012: Journalists at Johnston Press are demanding urgent talks with Johnston Press since the company announced that it is to make cuts of £30million, a £5m increase on its previous estimate.

Johnston Press board questioned as journalists strike

1 May 2010: Journalists bombarded directors of the Johnston Press Group with tough questions at the company's annual shareholders' meeting in Edinburgh.

Johnston Press journalists strike in Scarborough

29 April 2010: Journalists at the Johnston Press-owned Scarborough Evening News went on strike on Friday 30 April in defence of jobs and newspaper standards.

FT NUJ members campaign against unsustainable workloads

16 December 2009: NUJ members at the Financial Times have launched the latest step in their campaign to combat unsustainable workloads at the paper.

Ballot called over staffing at Worksop Johnston Press title

26 October 2009: Journalists working for a weekly newspaper in Nottinghamshire have passed a motion of no confidence in their bosses.

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