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3 July 2014: Bringing together shareholders, large and small, to support trade unions and community organisers has proven highly effective for ShareAction campaigns for the living wage.
27 September 2012: Journalists at Thomson Reuters have put in a pay claim of 6 per cent for year 2013.
16 March 2012: The NUJ is offering support and solidarity with cleaners working at Thomson Reuters, who are taking action over poor pay and bullying by management.
9 February 2012: Journalists have called off the planned 48 hours of industrial action at Thomson Reuters following the agreement of an enhanced pay deal.
2 February 2012: Journalists at Thomson Reuters have agreed to a 48-hour strike – the first in more than 25 years – after being awarded a below-inflation pay deal.
21 November 2011: Journalists at Thomson Reuters are to ballot for industrial action in response to an "insulting" below-inflation pay offer.
3 April 2009: Journalists who used to work for Thomson Financial News have voted in favour of strike action to protect the nine-day fortnight they have enjoyed since before they were merged into Thomson Reuters.
13 March 2009: NUJ members at Thomson Reuters are balloting for industrial action over the company's attempts to remove the contractual right of former Thomson Financial News (TFN) members to a nine-day fortnight without their agreement.
24 February 2009: Thomson Reuters has announced recession-defying profits in a week in which NUJ members consider balloting for industrial action over attempts by the company to weaken their terms and conditions.
8 January 2009: NUJ members at Thomson Reuters have rejected the company's 2009/10 pay offer and are urging it to drop its attempts to impose a draconian performance-pay regime on staff.