SAG-AFTRA National Board May Issue 'Do Not Work Notice' For Music Videos

The new SAG-AFTRA national union sent out a special notice to its members today about working on music videos “and its fght for safe, fair working conditions and health care for SAG-AFTRA dancers and performers who appear in them”. The notice is an advisory to members of action which the SAG-AFTRA National Board may take at its upcoming meeting on May 19th and 20th, which may include a ‘Do Not Work Notice’:

For many years, dancers who work music videos have been provided a contract to provide them with minimum pay and benefits if they are hired to work in a music video. (more…)

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