Showing items tagged with 'tribunal'
6 June 2019: The union has won an important tribunal victory on behalf of a freelance member, who was awarded £8,360, over his right to holiday pay.
4 February 2013: A BBC journalist was unfairly dismissed a tribunal has found, in a case brought by the National Union of Journalists.
21 January 2013: Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times, has been severely criticised by an employment tribunal which said the paper had failed to act as a reasonable employer and had unfairly dismissed Steve Lodge, an award-winning journalist on its staff.
10 May 2012: The NUJ has broadly welcomed the Defamation Bill announced today as part of the Queen's Speech.
12 May 2011: The NUJ has warned media employers to 'pay interns or face the consequences' after union member Keri Hudson successfully sued TPG Web Publishing Ltd over her unpaid internship.
5 April 2011: The NUJ is taking legal advice over the collapse of Sport Media Group after the entire workforce – including around 25 journalistic staff – were made redundant with no notice.