BECTU today (Saturday 3 November) launched a new campaign, Standing Up, which aims to encourage workers to come together to challenge bullying.
BECTU continues call for government to take on over-75s licence fee responsibility.
From professional workshops to film screenings, and negotiating tips to tea and cake, BECTU members and non-members can enjoy a host of helpful activities this union week (November 4-10).
Treasury must learn from experiences of changing rules in the public sector.
Philippa Childs has become the first woman to hold the role of Head of BECTU, the UK’s media and entertainment union.
BECTU, the UK’s leading broadcast and entertainment union, has today warned that broadcasting organisations must do more to tackle the gender pay gap across the industry.
It's time for the government to take back responsibility for the over-75s licence fee, says BECTU.
BECTU has pledged to stand up for members’ rights following the sale of SIS Live to international broadcasting giant NEP.
SIS has broken a long-standing promise to discuss key staffing proposals with BECTU after unveiling plans to move to 24/7 production.
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.