Every journalist needs a Plan B
Have you prepared your post-journalism back-up plan? On a day I met with a talented, digital-centric former colleague who has
Corporate trust is the first victim of redundancy
John Robinson on laying off journalists: In the ensuing days, it was clear that a bond between the company and
Next steps, two years on
Why you shouldn’t be a freelancer, you should be a company: Remember, you’re not a no-strings-attached temporary employee,
A silence, and an anniversary...
Apologies for the sudden outbreak of silence around here – look on it as the lull before the storm, if you
New starts, several times over...
Blimey. It’s been a bit quiet around here, hasn’t it? Here’s why: I’ve just moved. We
Redundancy: One Month on
How is my working life going, one month after RBI made me redundant?
Our Turbulent National Press
We’ve had the digital exodus from The Guardian. We’ve had the dethroning of [Will Lewis](http://en.wikipedia.
Journalism From the Ashes?
In March, Hearst closed the 146-year-old Post-Intelligencer newspaper and dumped 140 of us onto the street in the depths of
York Journalists in Lunchtime Stoppages
The other side of the NUJ debate is, of course, the fact that there are dramatic levels of job cuts