BECTU


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BECTU

(ˈbɜktuː)
(in Britain) n acronym for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Broadcasting, Entertainment, Cinematograph and Theatre Union
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Speaking to the Press Association, head of BECTU, Gerry Morrissey, made revelations of his own, asking why the union had met with resistance to its claim for a minimum BBC salary of PS20,000, first tabled in 2016, when many senior executives are paid in excess of PS300,000 a year?
We're therefore working with BECTU to investigate the issues raised and establish the facts as a matter of urgency.
BECTU claims the BBC has said the move is necessary to "even out" production between London and Birmingham.
BECTU said management had promised that, wherever possible, job cuts would be achieved through voluntary means.
JV: BECTU said at an early stage that it was opposed to the notion of the sell-off and that's a position it continues to hold.
The strike action, to be taken by Amicus and BECTU members at London Weekend Television, Yorkshire TV, 3sixtymedia and Granada, will start at 7am on Friday until 7pm on Saturday, disrupting ITV productions in London, Manchester and Leeds.
Anna Murray, BECTU national official, said: "The regional economy will be dealt a body blow and the aspirations of those wanting to enter the industry will be dashed.
being paid a disproportionate rate compared to colleagues who worked out of the office, and turned to BECTU to campaign for better wages.
Strike action by members of broadcasting union BECTU members will start at 3.
Trade union BECTU say the sevenday cooling-off period for this type of contract does not go far enough and want a ban on all advance payments.
The broadcasting union, BECTU, which was last night due to call out up to 1,000 technical staff for a 24-hour strike starting from midnight, has also confirmed that racing's inclusion in the Grandstand programme will not be affected.