Posts Tagged ‘Bullying’

Free Health and Wellbeing Webinar Series with ISM

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

Tuesday 5th February to Tuesday 26th February

We have teamed up with the Incorporated Society of Musicians to present a series of free webinars looking at musicians’ health. Our performance health experts will lead the sessions, exploring solutions to problems frequently encountered in music careers. For more information on each session and how to book a free place click here.

Looking after yourself on tour: Tuesday 5th February
Health in the gig economy: Wednesday 13th February
Resilience and bullying in the workplace: Tuesday 19th February
Preventing playing related injury: Tuesday 26th February

 

Creating Without Conflict

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

A full report from the Musicians’ Union Creating Without Conflict survey into bullying, harassment and discrimination in the workplace  is now available. The campaign invited contributions from MU, Equity, National Union of Journalists, The Writers’ Guild and BECTU members and key findings include:

56% respondents report being bullied, harassed or discriminated against,

52% respondents have witnessed bullying, harassment or discrimination in the workplace,

More women than men – 64% compared to 39% – have experienced bullying, harassment or discrimination at work,

Freelancers are 14% less likely to report ill treatment at work to a manager,

74% of musicians who responded said abuse came largely from co-workers,

45% of those who were happy with the outcome of their reporting the incident to employers involved their union.

Find out about the recommendations for tackling these issues and read the full report here.