BECTU successfully turned the spotlight on low pay at the BBC today as the Corporation defended pay deals with its highest paid on-screen talent.
Rising inflation and high transport and travel costs in the capital explain BECTU's claim for a 4% increase in basic pay at the Royal Opera House.
The Creative Industries Federation (CIF) has published a report today (Monday 17 July) which champions the needs of freelancers across the creative sectors.
After several years, and hundreds of hours of negotiation, a new agreement covering terms and conditions for major feature film production is coming into view.
Ballot papers will soon be arriving with film construction crew members. The topic is a proposed 2.75% pay increase over eight months rather than 12.
Responding to the Taylor Review, Mike Clancy, general secretary of Prospect, has warned that 'new rules and rights for workers are no use if they can't be enforced'. BECTU is the largest sector of Pro...
BECTU has today launched a campaign calling for every visual effects (VFX) artist working on motion pictures and TV dramas to receive a credit for their contribution to the work.
Theatre workers in London's commercial West End are seeking a 9% pay rise in the pay review due in October.
BECTU has today called for an industry-wide approach to employment for chaperones and tutors in feature film, TV and theatre work.
New entrants seeking apprenticeship and trainee opportunities in the creative sectors need to take part in Find Your Future 2017.
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.