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DGA Issues Procedures For Handling Sexual Harassment Complaints

The Directors Guild has issued a lengthy statement on its procedures for handling sexual harassment complaints. In a statement to its members, posted on the guild's website, the DGA said: "The recent public focus on sexual harassment in our industry, and in all industries, is long overdue. The Guild believes the workplace should be a respectful and inclusive environment and that every individual has the right to a safe workplace.
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