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March 3, 2006 | Richard Verrier, Times Staff Writer
Veteran negotiator Sallie Weaver is stepping down after 20 years with the Screen Actors Guild, the fifth senior executive in three months to leave the union. Weaver, who heads the guild's contracts department and is one of Hollywood's most influential labor executives, will leave May 1 to ensure a smooth transition, the union said in a statement Thursday. Weaver will remain to complete negotiations between actors and cable companies. Weaver, 43, declined to comment.
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March 3, 2006 | Richard Verrier, Times Staff Writer
Veteran negotiator Sallie Weaver is stepping down after 20 years with the Screen Actors Guild, the fifth senior executive in three months to leave the union. Weaver, who heads the guild's contracts department and is one of Hollywood's most influential labor executives, will leave May 1 to ensure a smooth transition, the union said in a statement Thursday. Weaver will remain to complete negotiations between actors and cable companies. Weaver, 43, declined to comment.
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October 2, 2001 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In his first major move since taking over last month as the Screen Actors Guild's chief executive, Bob Pisano on Monday reshuffled the union's top staff in an effort to streamline its bureaucracy. The action involves having six top positions now reporting directly to Pisano, including four newly created deputy national executive directors. Pisano said the action was part of a larger effort to reorganize SAG, long criticized for being burdened with a bloated, loose management structure.
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