SAG-AFTRA On-line Survey:
Through a grant from SAG – Producers Industry Advancement Cooperative Fund, all SAG-AFTRA members are being asked to take a survey about diversity issues in entertainment employment.
Diversity in Entertainment Employment: Your Experiences and Perspectives is completely confidential, fairly short and shouldn’t take more than 20 minutes to complete.
Your union has long been an advocate for diversity issues in the workplace, and we regularly survey our membership to better inform our work as advocates on your behalf. This survey is for all members and asks questions about experiences and perspectives when related to issues of sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace. Previous surveys of our members have focused, for example, on issues related to performers with disabilities and performers who are seniors, women, Asian Pacific Islander, Latino and African American.
Go directly to our survey by clicking here. Please, only one entry per member.
For FAQs about the survey, click here: http://www.sagaftra.org/eeodiversity/membersurvey
To check out readers response you will have to register http://sagactor.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=6661
SAG-AFTRA, WGA Blasts Michigan legislation!
State’s governor signs “right to work” bills
SAG-AFTRA’s LM-2 filing with the Dept. of Labor included 2,076 “agency fee payers” as of July 31.
SAG-AFTRA strongly opposed California’s Proposition 32, which narrowly lost at the polls last month. The proposition — dubbed the “Paycheck Protection” initiative — was aimed at curbing the political influence of unions by the banning the orgs from donating funds to political candidates and campaigns.
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