For the Benefit of ALL Music Publishing Members

The MPA are delighted to announce the launch of our Employee Networks – including:  

MPA AccessAbility, MPA Respect (Race, Ethnicity and Culture), MPA BeYou (LGBTQIA+)MPA BeWell (Mental Health and Wellbeing), MPA M³ (Menopause, Menstruation and related health matters), MPA Gender+, MPA Generation Mix (Generational Diversity), MPA Faith and Belief, MPA Family, MPA SEM (Social Economic Mobility)

Meet our newest MPA Employee Network Champions here

Click here to find out more about the MPA AccessAbility Employee Network.

Click here to find out more about the MPA Respect Employee Network.

Click here to find out more about the MPA BeYOU Employee Network.

Click here to find out more about the MPA M³ (Menopause, Menstruation, Miscarriage and Related Health Matters) Employee Network.

Click here to find out more about the MPA BeWELL Employee Network.

Click here to find out more about the MPA GenerationMIX Employee Network.

The MPA is delighted to announce the launch of 10 new Employee Networks. All 10 of our Employee Networks have been assigned a MPA Employee Network Champion (Champion). These Champions include our Board Members, industry leaders and colleagues from our wider music publishing membership. Your Champions are here to ensure that your voice gets heard where it matters the most. Check out who they are and why they are involved below.

What is an Employee Network and what value would I and other members bring?
Many organisations have Employee Network programmes to empower and support employees within the organisation. Employee Networks are employee identity or experience-based groups that build community. They are sometimes known as Employee Resource Groups, Affinity Groups or Diversity Groups. Alongside building a community, they are generally based on providing support and contributing to personal and professional development in the work environment.

Employee Networks also bring value to the organisation, in our case to our Membership, as well as own business in several ways:

  • They build a sense of community and belonging for employees by connecting people in a social and professional way and encouraging interaction between employees, whether from the same or more than one organisation
  • They empower employees by giving each group a collective voice to speak with decision makers and management
  • They support learning and development by offering formal and informal leadership opportunities and creating visibility for employees who are active
  • They also provide a resource for leadership and decision makers regarding staff/community issues, needs and policies
  • They offer to the organisation their expertise and experiences to improve equality and equity
  • They can also be an asset in business decisions to make better, more inclusive products and services
  • Lastly, they support retention, because employees are likely to stay with the companies or industries longer if they have built or are part of a strong community within the organisation or industry and feel heard.

Psychological safety and sense of belonging are very important in order to empower employees and help them bring their whole self to work. Building a strong network or community is a very important step in creating this sense of belonging. 

Who is it for and can I attend?

Whether you have a lived experience, live with someone who has a lived experience, an ally or just someone who is interested in the subject matter. There will be an employee network just for you.

The Employee Network will be:

  • Your psychological safe place
  • Your platform where your voice gets heard by the leaders of our sector to influence positive change
  • Your network where you can connect with your peers
  • Your chance to be an employee network Chair, Co-Chair, events organiser and much more.

This is:

  • Your chance to engage and make a difference.

How can I join?

If you would like to be involved with either of the Employee Networks, please contact Helen Choudhury
Email: [email protected] or give her a call on 07513 700785

How often are the meetings held?

The meetings will take place every other month on Microsoft Teams.
If you do not feel comfortable joining the Teams site and have any questions or want to contribute in another way, please feel free to contact Helen.

What are the names of your Employee Networks?

MPA AccessAbility
MPA Respect
MPA BeYou (LGBTQIA+)MPA BeWell (Mental Health and Wellbeing)
MPA M³ (Menopause, Menstruation and related health matters)
MPA Gender+
MPA Generation Mix (Generational Diversity)
MPA Faith and Belief
MPA Family
MPA SEM (Social Economic Mobility)

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