Sunday, 13 December 2009

NUJ callls off action at Trinity Mirror in Brum

NUJ members at Trinity Mirror’s BPM Media, publisher of the Birmingham Post and Birmingham Mail, have called off plans for industrial action over compulsory redundancies.
They had told management at the Birmingham centre that they intended to go on strike unless the company changed its position on plans to make editorial staff compulsorily redundant.
A statement from the NUJ chapel said: “The chapel has withdrawn the planned industrial action over compulsory redundancies. We recognise and welcome the efforts made by the company to avoid compulsory redundancy, particularly in photography, in recent weeks.
“We look forward to continued constructive efforts to resolve the outstanding issue of the [multi media production journalists] facing compulsory redundancy in January.”

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