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REASONS TO JOIN





Te National Union of Journalists Is the voice of journalism in the UK and Ireland for all media, communications and PR workers. It represents staff and freelances working in newspapers, news agencies, broadcasting, magazines, online, book publishing, social media, copy writing and as photographers and illustrators.


Te NUJ supports members throughout their professional careers, provides a collective voice for industrial issues and freelance rights and defends press freedom.


Ending the Gender Pay Gap


A Press Gazete analysis showed that 91 per cent of UK media companies paid men more than women and 85 per cent of men got beter bonuses and it’s a similar picture in Ireland. One magazine group’s gap was almost 37 per cent. Opaque, unfair pay structures and unlawful sex discrimination are contributing factors. Te NUJ negotiates on transparent pay structures, progressive work-life balance policies, beter maternity and paternity deals and fair recruitment procedures.


Be Part of a Collective Voice


As a member of the NUJ you are part of a united force championing the rights of media workers and defending atacks on press freedom. Successful workplaces are those where the management and workers share the same aims and talk to each other. Being a member of the NUJ means giving yourself and colleagues a real voice at work.


Respect at Work


Te NUJ challenges work cultures which lead to bullying and harassment. It will represent you if you experience this behaviour. It uses its collective voice industry- wide to argue that media workers are treated with respect. We promote workplaces where workers and managers are constructive with their criticism during the creative process, and the union publishes codes of conduct and dignity at work policies.


You can contact the NUJ at: info@nuj.org.uk or for membership queries at: membership@nuj.org.uk


Tel: 020 7843 3700 Follow: @nujofficial on Twiter


Are you keeping good company? Join the NUJ today at nuj.org.uk/join


www.nuj.org.uk


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