- Too many scabs. Billen, Andrew // New Statesman;5/30/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4742, p47
Reviews the television program "The strike," which covers the journalists' union strike at the British Broadcasting Corporation.
- STRIKE HITS BBC NEWS. CLARKE, STEVE // Daily Variety;8/2/2011, Vol. 312 Issue 17, p10
The article reports on the disruption on British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) news and public affairs shows on August 1, 2011 due to the strike by the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) protesting at the BBC Television Center in London, England as four journalists were laid off.
- Beeb strike called off. Clarke, Steve // Daily Variety;11/15/2010, Vol. 309 Issue 31, p32
The article reports that the strike by the journalists of British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) to protest over the changes in staff pensions has been called off in London, England.
- Striking out. Baker, Kat // Employers Law;Jun2010, p14
The author investigates on the increased use of High Court injunctions to prevent trade unions from taking strike actions in Great Britain. It cites some injunctions in April and May 2010 such as the stopping of the planned strike by journalists against newspaper publisher Johnston Press and the...
- Union's vote clears way for BBC job cut strategy. Kemp, Stuart // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;7/5/2005, Vol. 389 Issue 44, p41
This article reports that broadcasting union members of the Broadcasting Entertainment Cinematography and Theatrical Union (BECTU) have voted to accept British Broadcasting Corp. director general Mark Thompson's revised offer on plans for up to 4,000 job cuts. The move clears the way for the BBC...
- Journos set strikes over pension plan. Clarke, Steve // Daily Variety;10/29/2010, Vol. 309 Issue 20, p6
The article reports on the called two 48-hour strikes by the journalists at British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) in the dispute over staff pension reform.
- Employee relations. // People Management;5/28/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p16
Presents news briefs concerning employees in the United Kingdom. Prison Officers Association's (POA) accusation against Jack Straw, the home secretary; Invitation for companies and their staff to sign up to a confidential whistle-blowing service; Information on the plan of British Broadcasting...
- Striking in the public interest. Cohen, Nick // New Statesman;5/30/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4742, p35
Offers a look at trade union strikes in Great Britain. Statement that the typical trade union worker is middle class rather than working class, and works in the public sector rather than the private sector; Description of the National Union of Journalists; Discussion of the strike at the British...
- Untitled. Vorster, Gareth // Personnel Today;8/21/2007, p39
The article reports on the incurrence of an operating loss for the first time in six years by Great Britain's postal conglomerate Royal Mail ostensibly due to the ongoing postal strikes in the country. According to the author, the worse-than-expected figures are likely to be used as ammunition...