The Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) is addressing office security. As “a part of its dedication to making sure members can work in an surroundings freed from harassment or discrimination,” WGAE has launched the WGAE Secure Office Helpline, a press launch introduced.
“If a WGAE member is experiencing any type of harassment or discrimination at work, they will name the WGAE Secure Office voicemail helpline at 1-212-767-7853 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org,” the discharge particulars. The data offered will stay confidential. After the report is reviewed, a Guild consultant will contact the member who filed it in “a well timed method.”
The voicemail helpline and e-mail are overseen by Ann Burdick, Common Counsel for the WGAE, and Marsha Seeman, WGAE’s Assistant Govt Director.
“The launch of the WGAE Secure Office Helpline places in place a safe voicemail and e-mail handle for members to confidentially contact Guild workers and report any harassment or discrimination. The helpline is a part of the Guild’s expansive initiative to offer our 7,000 members with the instruments, assets, and training wanted to work in a protected and tolerant surroundings. The Guild’s Secure Office plan goes hand-in-hand with our dedication to creating media extra inclusive for girls and folks of shade,” stated Lowell Peterson, Govt Director of the WGAE.