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Negotiators are making plans for a "significant" pay claim after this year's 2.8% offer met a mixed reception from union members.
BECTU's BBC members have voted to accept a 2.8% pay increase and watered-down changes to pension benefits.
Unions are running a consultative ballot on a revised pay and pensions offer from the BBC.
Unions are to run strike ballots over pay, pensions, and job cuts, among members at the BBC and its subsidiaries.
BECTU has accused the BBC of burying good news about its pension scheme by dropping key data from its Annual Report.
BECTU is urging members to join in a consultation over proposed changes to BBC pensions.
Unions have agreed to meet BBC management to discuss controversial changes to the staff pension scheme.
Unions plan to ballot members for strike action if the BBC presses ahead with controversial changes to its pension scheme.
Unions have condemned plans to increase the cost of pensions, and raise retirement age for BBC staff to 65.
BECTU officials have warned that the union will ballot for industrial action if the BBC makes radical changes to its pension scheme.
Last updated 11 September 2006