Harassment Statistics: Two new surveys reinforce what we all know: the Center for Talent Innovation’s study, “What #MeToo Means for Corporate America,” shows that the media and entertainment industry has the highest rate of sexual harassment among white-collar industries; and a survey from the Writers Guild of America, West, finds that 64% of female writers have been sexually harassed on the job. While awareness is spreading, it’s clear the fight is far from over.
Equal Pay: After becoming a symbol of the wage gap while shooting All the Money in the World, Michelle Williams has been offered the same salary as Sam Rockwell on a new FX series about director-choreographer Bob Fosse and his wife and muse, dancer Gwen Verdon.
WE Legal: NYC’s Department of Small Business Services is launching WE Legal to support female entrepreneurs in need of legal resources.
Designing Women: We’re pleased to announce actors Nia Long, Christine Ebersole and Debra Monk will present at Monday’s Designing Women awards (with special appearances from...READ MORE
Audition Progress: SAG-AFTRA has called for an end for auditions and business meetings in “high-risk locations” like hotel rooms and private residences to try to...READ MORE
Muse Awards: We hope to see you at the 38th Annual Muse Awards this Thursday! In addition to our usual festivities, we are honored to...READ MORE