An AGMA delegate is chosen by his employees in a bargaining unit to defend and defend their interests in accordance with the collective agreement. The delegate is also a liaison with the territory committee, the representative of the territory and the National Office of the Union and reports on the concerns, needs and wishes of the shop or, in large companies, of the group within the shop represented by the delegate. AGMA protects its members. We negotiate contracts, so-called collective agreements, that offer guaranteed wages, safe working conditions, probation and overtime allowances, regulated work schedules, leave and sick pay, dispute resolution and protection from discrimination and other forms of abuse. We are implementing these treaties. We ensure that our collective agreements provide for health insurance, pension insurance and protection against inadequate working conditions and job insecurity, and we ensure that employers meet their contractual obligations. We protect the legal, civil and artistic rights of our members through constant aggressive and belligerent vigilance. For more information on the AGMA aid fund, visit www.agmarelief.org. AGMA negotiates collective agreements for its members that offer them these vital benefits: guaranteed wages; Trial and overtime pay; regulated working hours Leave and sick pay; Access to low-cost health benefits In the settlement of good faith disputes; Protection of their legal and contractual rights. AgMA does not engage in political activities, supports candidates or political parties, or undertakes activities that do not have direct collective benefits to members. To help them, we do what any talent union does: we protect them. We negotiate contracts, collective agreements with major opera houses that offer guaranteed wages, standardized working conditions, sampling and overtime allowances, regulated work schedules, leave and sick pay, dispute resolution and protection from abuse. We implement these contracts on behalf of our members at no cost.
We protect the legal, civil and artistic rights of our members, wherever they need protection, at no cost to them. We ensure that our collective agreements provide health insurance, pension insurance and protection against inadequate working conditions and job inception. We solve problems for our members in all areas and can help them solve these problems, even if they occur in a non-AGMA home. For the singers, our contracts provide for employment. For solo artists, our contracts provide rules of payment or play, so that once they are responsible for a job, they are also paid at the end of their contract. All AGMA contracts provide for absolute equality of opportunity in the workplace and the rights of singers under AGMA contracts are imposed by our lawyers and external lawyers, lawyers, who constitute the most competent legal team of each entertainment union. Under an AGMA contract, Deborah Voigt would not only have been paid, she would have done so because no AGMA company was at risk of being exposed to THE aggressive legal assault of AGMA and causing damages for being the victim of illegal discrimination.