Bectu Pact Tv Agreement
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The agreement will be reviewed in early 2019. This will be an opportunity to see if it works, how it works and whether changes need to be made. We ask for feedback on this, both positive and negative. Especially contact if you think it has been poorly implemented or that it has worked with productions that have tried to bypass it or find ways to get around it. Please send us a Bectucostumewardrobe@gmail.com with confidence The new agreement was implemented on April 2, 2018. Preparation and Wrap: In the past, most costume departments were expected to have a more “reasonable preparation and wrap” normal day. Under the new agreement, the preparation and packaging have not completely disappeared, but it was recognized first and, secondly, fixed at half an hour at the beginning and half an hour at the end of each day. This should not change from production to production, superiors will not have to negotiate how long their department provides for free. This is an important step to get rid of it completely in the future. Although there is no agreement to cover this production area, Camera Branch strives to ensure that the crew is aware of their rights and is not abused. An action plan for this sector is in development, you can contribute to the consultation by downloading the document here.
In the meantime, there is a useful resource here [archived link here] for information about your rights in the workplace and a practical fact card the size of a phone. Bectu has worked on negotiating a series of collective agreements covering film, television and theatre workers. We also encourage agreements that guarantee best practices such as APA and implement a number of professional rating systems that are below: If you have a request for the agreement or if you wish to report violations or abuses, please send an email firstname.lastname@example.org The agreement contains a clause that means it is reviewed periodically, the points will be reviewed if necessary. This means that this is a step forward, but not the end goal. For more information on the new agreement, click here. John McVay said: “I am pleased that we have reached this agreement with BECTU and that we have received such support from members of both of our organizations. We firmly believe that this will be of great benefit to everyone in our industry. McVay praised the pact negotiators and also thanked the employers` negotiators: “In the name of the pact, I would like to thank the production managers who helped us negotiate this historic agreement and the BECTU representatives for their goodwill and constructive approach during the negotiations.” The agreement between UK Theatre and Bectu covers most commercial and subsidised theatres outside London. The full agreement can be found by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page or on Bectu`s website. You can print and keep your own copy. Please get to know it in depth, the points highlighted above will be explained in more detail in the full document. The fact is that it is a negotiation, that it is a negotiation. That means that we have gained ground in some respects, but we have had to compromise on other points, but we think they are worth it.
This agreement will provide all services on terms and conditions parity and will also benefit dailies that in the past did not have the same benefits as contracted crew members.