#MeToo: One Year Later (panel)

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Addressing issues of harassment in the workplace is integral to building better businesses, better leaders, better communities. How do we move beyond hashtags to create real change around issues of harassment in the workplace? What changes can we make in the event industry to make substantive change to the workplace experience of women, LGBTQ and ethnically diverse community members? How can we foster open employer/employee relationships regarding safety and build a purpose-driven culture of inclusivity, transparency and accountability within our businesses, our partnerships, our associations, our community?

Panelists will share strategies for open employer/employee relationships regarding safety, harassment, and accountability, for improving the workplace experience of women, and grow the conversation and explore options for changing workplace culture.

Panel


Session sponsored by the BC Alliance for Arts + Culture

Session sponsored by the BC Alliance for Arts + Culture

Panelists:
Jennifer Bernard, General Manager, Stage Fab
Corinne Kessel, Principal, Greenscape Design & Decor
Erin Nelligan, Lighting Operator, IATSE Local 891
Natasha Tony, IATSE Local 891 & LR Consultant

Moderator: Hanne Lene Dalgleish, Communications Coordinator, Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre