MOC

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MOC

(Microsoft Office Communicator) See Microsoft Lync.
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Brid Fitzpatrick, Mother of the Chapel for the National Union of Journalists at BBC North-East, said: "The BBC has agreed procedures on how to deal with disciplinary matters but these two guys were called in and sacked with no warning and no right of appeal.
Over the last couple of years I've done a few negotiation courses in my role as Mother of the Chapel for the Echo and Post (the name that the NUJ calls its shop stewards).
When he found out that I'd become our Mother of the Chapel (the journalists' version of a shop steward) he was more excited than about any interview I've ever done, or any feature I've written.