For years there has been inequity in wages throughout job classifications in the Entertainment Industry. The “Me Too” movement has grown, and in our Industry the loud voice for Change is being heard. The IATSE is fully behind all efforts to gain equal pay for equal work and encourages education for its members to eradicate sexual harassment, bullying in the workplace, and promote inclusion for all members.
To that end please see the message from Local 871 Crafts in LA, Please take the time to learn more and participate:http://www.latimes.com/business/hollywood/la-fi-ct-female-crafts-pay-20180607-story.html
Our Reel Equity webpage has been set up where you can find a copy of the complete Study, a summary, a Pay Equity toolkit, and a social media toolkit.
If you would like to support our campaign, please share these sites with your members, and ask them to sign on to our Open letter which they can find here:
To follow our campaign on Facebook, twitter or Instagram, look for our handle @ReelEquity.
For questions you can contact:
IATSE Local 871
4011 W. Magnolia Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91505
818-509-7871, ext. 105