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BBC Terms & Conditions 2017
BECTU is embarking on a major consultation on a proposed new Terms & Conditions package in the BBC, alongside BBC, NUJ and Unite.
BECTU has been negotiating hard to get the best deal possible, and is keen to hear what you think. A series of roadshows will be taking place across the country...View Campaign
BBC Vision Fixed Term Contracts Campaign 2012
Fixed but Fair - Know your rights on fixed term contracts. If you work for the BBC on a fixed term contract it is important that you know your contractual and employment rights to avoid 'misunderstandings' along the way. Please go to this campaign news page to fill ...View Campaign
BECTU is the union for staff working in the Visual Effects (VFX) industry ...... What’s the problem in VFX?
VFX studios are being put under a financial squeeze by production companies. Instead of competing on the quality of work that they can produce, many are participating in a destructive race to rock bottom, paying...View Campaign
TV Drama Agreement Consultation
A guide to the BECTU/PACT TV Drama Agreement
BECTU and Pact have been in negotiations on a TV Drama agreement (the Agreement) that will cover all key working terms and conditions for crew engaged on indie UK drama and comedy. It is envisaged that most TV drama and comedy commissioned by independent producers will b...
West End Theatres pay campaign 2017
As the previous three year pay deal draws to a close, the BECTU/SOLT pay negotiations for 2017/18 are set to begin on 31 August.
Join us in our BECTU campaign for a 9% increase to all rates of pay and allowances across all grades, a commitment to pay the Londo...View Campaign
You’re never alone with a chaperone
BECTU has called for an industry-wide approach to employment for chaperones and tutors in feature film, TV and theatre work. This involves a call for fair treatment and for an urgent dialogue with the TV, film and theatre industries about a consistent approach to empl...