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#talkBECTU – breaking the menopause taboo
#talkBECTU – breaking the menopause taboo

7 November 2018

From hot flushes and mood swings, to anxiety and extreme fatigue, the symptoms of the menopause can have a profound impact on women, and yet it remains an unspoken truth.

BECTU supports call for diversity tax relief for TV and film productions
BECTU supports call for diversity tax relief for TV and film productions

6 November 2018

Lenny Henry and Adrian Lester will deliver a letter to Number 10 today calling for a tax relief to be granted to productions that meet a number of diversity criteria.

BECTU launches new campaign, Standing Up
BECTU launches new campaign, Standing Up

2 November 2018

BECTU today (Saturday 3 November) launched a new campaign, Standing Up, which aims to encourage workers to come together to challenge bullying.

Responsibility for over-75s licence fee a government concern, says BECTU
Responsibility for over-75s licence fee a government concern, says BECTU

1 November 2018

BECTU continues call for government to take on over-75s licence fee responsibility.

BECTU welcomes C4 Leeds HQ move
BECTU welcomes C4 Leeds HQ move

31 October 2018

BECTU calls on C4 to treat staff who can't relocate fairly

Philippa Childs becomes BECTU’s first female leader
Philippa Childs becomes BECTU’s first female leader

29 October 2018

Philippa Childs has become the first woman to hold the role of Head of BECTU, the UK’s media and entertainment union.

Treasury must consult on IR35 rule changes, says BECTU
Treasury must consult on IR35 rule changes, says BECTU

29 October 2018

Treasury must learn from experiences of changing rules in the public sector.

#talkBECTU this union week
#talkBECTU this union week

29 October 2018

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).

Broadcasters must do more to close the gender pay gap, warns BECTU
Broadcasters must do more to close the gender pay gap, warns BECTU

25 October 2018

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.

BECTU calls for government to take back over-75s licence fee
BECTU calls for government to take back over-75s licence fee

17 October 2018

It's time for the government to take back responsibility for the over-75s licence fee, says BECTU.

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