A message from Billy McColl, Chair of North & East London Equity, about zero tolerance

Billy McColl • Workplace bullying should not be tolerated: we must eradicate it, we have to raise awareness, we must respond by putting into place training programmes for fellow workers who can then deal with bullying when it occurs in the workplace.

We must stop the bullies at the earliest stage. No bullies: better working environment, more harmony, more dignity, more confidence, more co-operation, more job satisfaction, better efficiency, better production, and most importantly, better art!
I would like to think that ACE understands the devastating harm bullying causes, careers wrecked, potential unfulfilled, sorrow and grief, and that their main aim and purpose is weakened and diluted because of it. ACE has a big voice, and a big influence; if it is strong, and has a big heart, it should lead from the top. Come on ACE, support zero tolerance.
Zero tolerance, don’t let the bullies hide behind a mask.

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3 Responses to A message from Billy McColl, Chair of North & East London Equity, about zero tolerance

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  3. jacksonquigg says:

    We are sad to report the untimely death of Billy McColl on the morning of 1st January 2014, after a six-month battle with cancer. Billy was one of the nicest people we at JQA have ever met and we knew he was ill when we visited London in November, but had no idea it was so serious. Our thoughts are with his friends and family. He was a great champion for Equity and we will always remember his tireless work to combat bullying and injustice in the arts and entertainment industry. Thank you, Billy, and good night.

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