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Two days after SAG-aftra announced its first-ever code for ethics and conduct for managers, the National Conference of Personal Managers has said the voluntary agreement is Doa.
Ncpom president Clinton Ford Billups said the org’s survey showed 98% of respondents to the survey — sent to more than 1,200 personal managers — will not apply to sign on to the SAG-aftra Code.
“The remaining managers responded ‘maybe’ and only one responded that he would apply,” he said. “Based on that and the other results of the survey, it appears that the SAG-aftra Code is dead on arrival with the personal management community.”
SAG-aftra responded by saying Ncopm was invited to take part in the collaborative process of drafting this voluntary agreement and declined. It also brushed off the poll results.
“The flawed Ncopm push poll is not representative of the opinions and attitudes of the entire management community or the members of SAG-aftra, »
- Dave McNary
Personal managers nationwide have overwhelming rejected the Personal Manager Code of Ethics and Conduct rolled out by SAG-aftra earlier this week, according to a national survey conducted by the National Conference of Personal Managers and released Thursday. “The survey showed 98 percent of personal managers will not apply to sign on to the SAG-aftra Code,” Clinton Ford Billups, national president of the Ncopm told TheWrap. “The remaining managers responded ‘maybe’ and only one responded that he would apply. Based on that and the other results of the survey, it appears that the SAG-aftra Code is dead on arrival with the personal. »
- Todd Cunningham
2 items from 2014
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