Edinburgh Fringe employers have a new Code of Conduct for Good Employment Practices after negotiations between BECTU and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society.
BECTU’s Edinburgh Theatre members have called for robust action by Edinburgh’s City Council after Fergus Linehan, International Festival Director, only programmed three one-night shows at ...
BECTU has launched a survey for members working in live events as the first step in plans to set up a connected Live Events Network.
BECTU has launched a new information and recruitment initiative at Sky to build on existing membership numbers at the company.
BECTU is asking all workers in film and TV to make their views known about the dangers of driving to and from work on long-hours productions.
BECTU is appealing to the BFI to stop using Picturehouse venues for screenings during this year's London Film Festival.
In a significant advance for industrial relations in film the first ever Major Motion Picture Agreement (MMPA), covering budgets from £30m up, came into effect on 1 April 2018, writes BECTU nati...
BECTU is in talks with safety specialists 1st Option Safety to secure the most up-to-date advice on the use of FROTH-PAK Foam Insulation a product used by construction workers in film.
The Employment Tribunals have found that Picturehouse Cinemas Ltd acted unlawfully when it dismissed BECTU representatives last year.
The complaints brought by BECTU representatives at the...
Commenting on today's publication of the BBC’s Annual Report 2017-18, Sarah Ward, BECTU’s assistant national secretary, said:
BECTU is the UK's media and entertainment trade union; sectors covered include broadcasting, film, independent production, theatre and the arts, IT and telecoms, live events, leisure and digital media.