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    (CNN)The NFL's Washington Football Team is facing new allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace from four women who spoke to ESPN's Jeremy Schaap.Rachel Engelson, a former director in the team's marketing and client services department, detailed the harassment to Schaap on the "ESPN Daily" podcast saying, "You just know that depending on the certain way you dress there's gonna be comments made about what you're wearing, how you look," adding, "In a way, it became a running joke and a rite of passage. If it didn't happen to you, then maybe you were only there for a week."]Another woman, Alicia Klein, who says she interned for the organization in 2010, alleged in her interview that the harassment wasn't limited to the front office. "I was followed to my car by a player who I kept saying, 'I don't want to go out with you. Please just leave me alone.'...
    Jonathan Norman (left), Kevin Leman (center) and Ed Glavin (second from right) at an awards show in 2015. They are standing with Andy Lassner (second from left) and Mary Connelly (right), whose conduct has not been questioned. Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images Ed Glavin, Kevin Leman, and Jonathan Norman have all left their positions as executive producers on "The Ellen Show" following WarnerMedia's internal investigation into the workplace culture. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ellen DeGeneres told staff of the changes in a Zoom call, saying: "This show would not be what it is without all of you." The announcement comes after BuzzFeed News published an investigation into the show's alleged toxic environment last month. Several former employees told BuzzFeed they had experienced or witnessed sexual misconduct or unfair treatment. Glavin, Leman, and Norman were accused of sexual harassment and intimidation by former employees. Leman and Norman...
    The Ellen DeGeneres Show executive producer says the show is not going off the air as workplace investigation continues. Executive producer Andy Lassner shared his thoughts on the future of show on Twitter, reports etonline.com. A Twitter user wished him well in response to another tweet, also writing that “If the Ellen show goes off the air due to all these allegations… I hope you are able to find employment quickly.” Lassner replied: “Nobody is going off the air.” Ellen DeGeneres Addresses Workplace Misconduct Charges on Her Talk Show Warner Bros. Television sent an internal memo last week informing staffers that WarnerMedia would be seeking the services of an independent third-party firm, which will interview current and former employees about their experiences behind the scenes on the popular show, after one current and 10 former employees anonymously opened about their experience on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” in an article. Ellen DeGeneres...
    Thousands to evacuate as Apple Fire grows in Southern California Ground beef recall 2020: JBS Food Canada recalls more than 38,000 pounds of meat Ellen Show Executive Producer Says Nobody Is Going Off the Air Amid Workplace Investigation © Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images - Luca Teuchmann/WireImage Executive producer Andy Lassner shared his thoughts on the future of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, amid the "toxic" workplace investigation. Lassner replied to a fan on Twitter who questioned if the daytime talk show would be canceled. The Twitter user wished him well in response to another tweet, also writing that "If the Ellen show goes off the air due to all these allegations…I hope you are able to find employment quickly." Lassner replied, "Nobody is going off the air." Nobody is going off the air. And #GoKingsGo— andy lassner (@andylassner) July 30, 2020Warner Bros. Television sent an internal memo last week...
    “The Ellen Show” is reportedly under internal investigation by WarnerMedia following complaints about workplace environment. An employee relations group and a third party firm will conduct the investigation into the show, according to a memo sent to staff last week and obtained by Variety. The groups will conduct interviews with former and current employees about their experience while working on the set of the daytime talk show. WarnerMedia has started an investigation into the workplace environment of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” following the publication of articles that included interviews with employees who complained of discrimination and mistreatment https://t.co/wkQOCUFhpB — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 28, 2020 The investigation comes after multiple reports surfaced detailing working conditions on the show. In April, Variety released a report claiming employees of the production show had been left in the dark regarding pay amid the coronavirus pandemic. Buzzfeed later published a piece...
    As if it weren’t already getting enough heat, “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” is now reportedly being investigated by WarnerMedia following a slew of allegations against the workplace. According to Variety, executives from Warner Bros. Television and show producer Telepictures distributed a memo to show staff last week which stated WarnerMedia’s employee relations group and a third-party firm would begin looking into the matter by interviewing former and current staff members. While the third-party firm was not named, the internal investigation comes after allegations of insensitive and racist incidents surfaced in an article by Buzzfeed earlier this month, followed by the subsequent “canceling” of DeGeneres, 62, and her show by the Twitter-verse. When reached by The Post for comment about cancellation rumors at that time, DeGeneres’ production company representatives said, “Telepictures can confirm it’s untrue.” But this isn’t the first time someone is speaking out against the show, its employees...
    Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" is the subject of an internal investigation following reports of a toxic work environment, Variety reported on Monday. Employees have complained about their treatment during the pandemic as they grapple with reduced hours and the show's reliance on non-union staff for its remote broadcasts. Earlier this month, current and former employees told BuzzFeed News that there is a "toxic" work environment at the show. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The company that distributes "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" has launched an internal investigation following allegations of a "toxic" work environment, Variety reported on Monday. According to Variety, a memo sent to staff said WarnerMedia's "employee relations group and a third party firm" will interview current and past employees "about their experiences on set." The memo cited recent press attention: In April, Variety reported that staff were upset over their treatment...
    The Ellen DeGeneres Show is under investigation following numerous accounts of problems with the workplace culture. An internal investigation is being launched by WBTV-owner WarnerMedia's employee relations group and a third party firm, Variety reported Monday, to look into staff experiences on set. Employees received a memo last week from executives at producer Telepictures and distributor Warner Bros. Television explaining that current and former staffers will be interviewed. Internal investigation: The Ellen DeGeneres Show workplace is being investigated after reports of mistreatment on the production set According to Variety, the memo cited recent articles about issues surrounding treatment of crew and allegations of mistreatment, racism and intimidation on the show as the impetus for the investigation. One of the staff members who received the memo revealed it 'underscored their commitment to providing an environment where employes can flourish'. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next ...
    French gaming giant Ubisoft is parting ways with its creative director and two other senior executives following an internal investigation into claims of sexual harassment and other workplace abuse, the company has announced. In a statement published Saturday, Ubisoft said its chief creative officer Serge Hascoet - the man responsible for shepherding the company’s blockbuster franchises, including Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry - has resigned effective immediately. The director of Ubisoft´s Canadian studios, Yannis Mallat, is also leaving immediately, because ‘recent allegations that have come to light in Canada against multiple employees make it impossible for him to continue in this position,’ the company said. Cécile Cornet, the firm’s global head of human resources, also vacated her position believing it to be ‘in the best interest of the company’s unity’. ‘Ubisoft has fallen short in its obligation to guarantee a safe and inclusive workplace environment for its employees,’ its chief...
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