Job Sharing as a Freelancer in TelevisionA film promoting the benefits of job sharing in the TV industry. Enabling flexible working for freelancers provides a solution for retaining highly experienced talent. By Share My Telly Job
The Future of Flexible Working in TV Event FilmA film from our flexible working event from May 2018. Guest speakers Emma Stewart, Jonathan Aspinwall, Line Langebek, Maria French & Anna Whitehouse discuss the benefits and necessity of flexible working for freelancers in the television industry
Anna Whitehouse, Founder of Mother Pukka - The Future of Flexible Working in TVAnna joins us as a guest speaker at our flexible working event, May 2018. By Share My Telly Job.
ScreenSkills l Changing Perceptions: Flexible Working and Returners l Diversity in Action 2019Share My Telly Job were on the panel of ScreenSkills Diversity in Action Conference in March 2019. We talked job-sharing and how flexible working will enable the TV and Film industries to retain the best talent. Also on the panel were Raising Films, Media Parents, and Film London.
Jonathan Aspinwall, Deputy Editor BBC Breakfast - The Future of Flexible Working in TVJonathan shares his high profile role at BBC Breakfast with Kelly Crawford. Jonathan joined us as a guest speaker at our flexible working in TV event in May 2018. By Share My Telly Job.
Maria French, Head of Production - Maverick TV - The Future of Flexible Working in TVMaria French joins us as a guest speaker at our Flexible working event, May 2018 by Share My Telly Job
Line Langebek - Raising Film - The Future of Flexible Working in TV EventLine Langebek, Joint Founder of Raising Films joins us as a guest speaker at out flexible working event, May 2018. By Share My Telly Job
Negotiate Your Rate with Sara PuttNegotiate your rate as a TV freelancer. Learn how to get the rate your want with Sara Putt & The Television Freelancers Taskforce
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SMTJ in conversation with Dorothy ByrneHappy International Women’s Day to all the amazing women in our community!
Today we’d like to share with you all an interview SMTJ’s Michelle James-Reynolds did with the utterly incredible Dorothy Byre, Channel 4’s Editor-at-Large.
In the interview Dorothy gives her take a whole range of issues affecting women in our industry, including her own experiences of sexual harassment and gendered discrimination and her experience of becoming a single mum at 45. She talks about why for many women in television, choosing to have a baby is “like Hannibal planning the crossing of the Alps”, how the culture of the industry and a lack of support for young women leads to a disproportionate number now freezing their eggs and why senior figures should be doing more to facilitate change.
She talks about why she thinks more employers should be hosting training on issues around childcare and flexible working, fertility issues and what compelled her to push for the introduction of a Menopause Policy at Channel 4: the first of its kind at any UK broadcaster.
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