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The TV Collective is inviting freelancers and staff to help it determine the most inclusive employers in TV and film.

The Best Places to Work in the TV, Film and Broadcasting Industries survey aims to establish a pathway to an industry standard on good employment practices and shine a light on organisations “where voices are heard, culture is thriving and all employees, no matter the background, are engaged”.

The survey asks questions about job satisfaction, talent development, diversity of senior management and employer responses to the Covid-19 situation and Black Lives Matter movement.

The launch marks a year on from the murder of George Floyd and TVC founder Simone Pennant said the survey would help hold to account the “companies across the board [who] made bold statements about improving greater diversity within their workplace” in the wake of the shocking incident.

The TVC also encourages people completing the survey to highlight other employers that they believe are making positive progress.

The study, which the TVC is conducting in partnership with David Gyimah from Cardiff University and legal firm Lewis Silkin, is aimed at all levels of seniority and experience and is open to full-time or part-time workers and freelancers.

For more details and to take part, visit The TV Collective's website

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