Hollywood media giants, Warner Bros. is conducting an inside investigation of The Ellen DeGeneres Show following a number of complaints by staff of the show.
In line with The Hollywood Reporter and Variety, a memo emailed to staff of The Show last week, which stated Warner Bros will probably be interviewing current and former staffers about their experience on the set of the talk show, hosted by Ellen DeGeneres.
In line with the report, interviews will probably be carried out by Warner Media’s employee relations group and an unspecified “third party firm,”.
The report comes after a number of allegations by current and former staffers of the Television show mentioned that they have been subjected to a poisonous work surroundings Earlier this month, BuzzFeed Information printed accounts from one present staffer and 10 former staffers who anonymously claimed they have been subjected to a “toxic work environment.”
Some staff alleged they have been fired after taking medical leave and have been subjected to favoritism by executive producers.
In all of those although, Ellen DeGeneres herself was by no means accused of any of the alleged misconduct despite the fact that one anonymous employee said; “I think the executive producers surround her and tell her, ‘Things are going great, everybody’s happy,’ and she simply believes that, nevertheless it’s her duty to go beyond that.”
Following the reports of an impending investigation by Warner Bros, the show’s Executive producers Ed Glavin, Mary Connelly and Andy Lassner told E! News they are taking the claims “very seriously.”