Patron & HR policies
Your personal information and privacy are important to us. Geordie Theatre does not sell customer or donor mailing lists. Sales information collected in the fulfillment of ticket sales is kept on file and confidential for a period of seven years, as per the requirements of the Canada Revenue Agency. Only authorized personnel have access to this information. As a patron of Geordie Theatre, you may receive information about Geordie’s plays and special events.
If you do not wish to receive such information, or if you have questions, please contact us at 514-845-9810 Ext. 203 or email@example.com.
HR Policy: Freedom from Harassment and Workplace Violence
Creating a Respectful Workplace – Date of Issue: November 11, 2021
Geordie Productions values the diversity of its workforce, its patrons and visitors and is committed to providing a work environment supportive of human dignity and respect. It is the policy of Geordie Productions to ensure that every employee and artist is entitled to a workplace free of intimidation, discrimination, harassment, and workplace violence. Such acts in any form will not be tolerated on our premises, while conducting our regular course of business, functions, or events. We acknowledge our responsibility to support and assist persons’ subject to violence and harassment and to take appropriate action to stop such conduct. This policy pertains to all Geordie board members, employees, part-time staff, and volunteers and extends to all Geordie Productions activities.
Management will treat any complaint of harassment with seriousness, sensitivity, and discretion. Confidentiality will be maintained wherever possible. Exceptions will only be made where disclosure is necessary for the purposes of conducting a proper investigation, taking appropriate disciplinary/corrective measures, or where required by law.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding our policies you may contact Kathryn Westoll, Executive Director, and/or Jimmy Blais, Artistic Director.