WarnerMedia to Investigate Ellen DeGeneres' Show Following Reports of Workplace Mistreatment
WarnerMedia and third-party consultant to conduct an investigation on Ellen's show following reports of the toxic work environment.
Earlier this week, Variety reported Ellen's show, 'Ellen DeGeneres Show,' will be investigated following many individuals raised their concerns about the show over the past several months.
The media outlet further reported executives from show producer Telepictures and Warner Bros sent a memo to staffers last week to inform an investigation would take place.
WarnerMedia and third party consultants will investigate by interviewing past and current staffers of the show. The show, neither Ellen, has commented on the news.
Previously Buzzfeed News reported that there is a toxic work environment on 'The Ellen Degeneres Show." following the news, people flocked to Twitter to weigh in, and many believe it's Ellen; however, there is still mixed reaction.
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One of the Twitter users retweeted the Variety's tweet about the news and wrote, "actually, Ellen," implying it's Ellen who mistreats the co-workers. Still, another user came in to say he "didn't see one word stating Ellen was directly involved with any of these complaints."
While some were really disappointed by the news and hope it's not Ellen. A user wrote, "Don't know how I feel about this. It sucks if the rumors that she was anything but kind to her staff..but at the same time whatever her agenda is for doing so, she helped so many people with their education, house payments, recognized so many people that deserved it."
While some were not surprised by the news at all, so, it's pretty much the mixed reaction from people on Twitter. Let's see what WarnerMedia comes up with their investigation.
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