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CatWalk Pros Model & Talent Management is committed to protecting the safety, personal information, images, and well-being of models and those wanting to become a model. Please be aware that there are individuals who may try to prey on your modeling ambitions by impersonating representatives of our agency or other modeling organizations. Such imposters may contact you directly; you should follow certain precautions, including:
- Be cautious of interactions with individuals who contact you online through social media or via email. CWP Model Management will only contact you through a social media application or through email with CWP Model Management domain, such as @catwalkpros or @CWPmodelmanagement official Instagram
- You should always independently verify the identity of any individual claiming to be a representative of CatWalk Pros or verify the accuracy of any communication that you receive from CatWalk Pros by calling us at 786-501-1129 or email firstname.lastname@example.org If you believe you have been contacted by someone impersonating a CatWalk Pros representative, please contact our offices immediately as your first step before responding or sharing any personal information.
Where to file a Complaint of Sexual HarassmentIf you believe you have been sexually harassed, you can file a complaint with the following agencies: Miami-Dade Commission on Human Rights, Human Rights & Fair Employment Practices Division, Human Resources Department Miami-Dade County Government Employees - 365 days to file from date of incident Non-Miami-Dade County Government Employees – 180 days to file from the date of incident Fair Housing - 365 days to file from date of incident 111 NW 1st Street, 21st Floor, Miami, FL 33128 Main: (305) 375-2784 Fax: (305) 375-2114 Website: www.miamidade.gov/humanrights E-mail: OFEP@miamidade.gov Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 300 days to file from date of incident 100 SE 2nd Street, Suite 1500, Miami, FL 33131 Main: (305) 808-1740 Toll-Free: (800) 669-4000 Fax: (305) 808-1855 Website: www.eeoc.gov Florida Commission on Human Relations 365 days to file from date of incident 4075 Esplanade Way, Room 110, Tallahassee, FL 32399 Phone: (850) 488-7082 Toll-Free: 1 (800) 342-8170 Fax: (850) 488-5291 Website: fchr.state.fl.us
What is Sexual Harassment?
Sexual harassment consists of unsolicited and unwanted
offensive sexual advances, sexual conduct or other verbal or
physical conduct of a sexual nature that affects an individual’s
work environment. Sexual harassment is inappropriate and
degrading and should not be tolerated by anyone. It is
your right to work in an environment free from any form of
harassment, including sexual harassment.
There are three types of sexual harassment:
Quid pro quo sexual harassment occurs when an
individual submits to sexual advances in exchange for
some employment benefit, such as a promotion, or when
an individual refuses to submit to sexual advances and
is denied an employment benefit.
Gender stereotype harassment occurs when an employer,
co-worker or supervisor harasses an individual because he or
she does not conform to the typical male or female stereotype.
Hostile work environment harassment occurs when there
is verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature which
unreasonably interferes with a person’s job performance or
creates a hostile, intimidating or offensive work environment.
There must be a pattern of offensive conduct or many incidents
of harassment. Typically, one time is not enough unless it is
Talent Frquently Asked Questions
Catwalk Pros Model & Talent Management can help you to get work and represent you for potential event jobs that are required by our clients.
How long does it take to hear back from a talent agency?
While reputable agencies usually reply within a week or two, not every agency will write back to say if you're successful. If you don't hear anything, just reapply again in 6 months! Tidy and edit up your application, update your photos, and maybe next time, you'll be exactly what they're looking for.
How do talent agents follow up?
In your email, give yourself permission to follow up and let them know when and how you plan to do it. Then close the email on a positive note with gratitude and/or warm wishes to their acting agency. Ex. I'm sure you're very busy so I will follow up via email in X days if I don't hear back from you.
What happens when you join a talent agency?
A talent agents finds jobs for the actors (or authors, athletes, musicians, models, etc.) they represent. More specifically, acting agents submit their clients for auditions, pitch them for roles, follow up on submissions and auditions, negotiate better pay and contracts, and renegotiate existing contracts.