The long running Living Wage dispute affecting several Picturehouse venues is continuing into 2018.
After an uncertain year for ITV, BECTU has secured a pay increase for the broadcaster's workers effective from 1 January.
Preparations are underway for talks with UK Theatre on the pay award for 2018-19. The pay review is due on 1 April.
We read Carrie Gracie's eloquent and considered resignation letter with great sadness, because no one should ever feel they have to resign from their job, or make career choices based on poor manageme...
Applications are invited for a new drama talent manager based at BBC Scotland’s Pacific Quay, Glasgow but reporting to BECTU sector of Prospect. This is a full-time post offered on a 12 month fi...
BECTU and the NUJ are continuing to press management at Al Jazeera English for a consolidated pay increase. If this is achieved it will be the first such rise in four years.
Our colleagues at CULT Cymru, the learning project in Wales which delivers a raft of industry training, is consulting the creative sector community on the training they'd like to see developed.
BECTU and Unite members have voted overwhelmingly to reject the British Film Institute’s (BFI) proposed new pay and grading scheme.
Picturehouse's continued failure to engage with union members over their claim for the Living Wage means more strikes will take place this week and over Christmas at selected venues.
Applications are being welcomed for the Creative Skillset Series Producer Programme.
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.