Monthly Archives: October 2012

Sad day for Guardian as compulsory redundancies loom

Here is the email sent to staff at the Guardian and the Observer today by managing editor Jan Thompson and Sheila Fitzsimons, Executive Director, transformation, at Guardian News & Media. Dear colleagues, Today editorial management met with NUJ officials to … Continue reading

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NUJ and the Guardian

The Guardian and the NUJ are bending over backwards to avoid compulsory redundancies at the paper and its Sunday sister title the Observer. Good for them. There is a clamour from some quarters, including the Guardian’s competitors, for the paper … Continue reading

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Union reps propose a pay cap at the Guardian

Union representatives at the Guardian are suggesting that senior executives cap their pay at 100k as they try to come up with ideas to avoid compulsory redundancies at the paper. In an email to staff on Thursday NUJ representatives stressed … Continue reading

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Guardian isn’t ditching print just yet

Andrew Miller, CEO of Guardian The Telegraph has this afternoon published a story claiming that GNM is ‘close to axing the print editions of the Guardian and Observer’.  It is a rehash of a blog written on a small advertising website.I … Continue reading

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