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Netflix tells ‘awake’ activists to quit if they’re angry: ‘Culture’ memo

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In light of the internal discontent emanating from productions like Dave Chappelle’s chaotically controversial stand-up special, Netflix has reportedly issued a shady message to its disgruntled employees, outlining that the streaming behemoth has the individual views of each employee. But attaches importance to the “artistic expression” of its content creators. , belief and lifestyle.

And any worker who doesn’t like it can ‘flix off’.

“As employees we support the principle that Netflix offers a diversity of stories, even if we find some titles contrary to our own personal values,” read the memo, titled “Netflix Culture – Seeking Excellence.”

“Depending on your role, you may need to work on titles that you consider harmful,” the release continued. “If you find it hard to support the breadth of our content, Netflix may not be the best place for you.”

The not-so-soft note, sent out Thursday, follows Chappelle’s Barbs’ ongoing personnel protest about transgender individuals in Netflix’s special “The Closer,” which debuted on the digital platform in October.

Netflix issued a memo asking its employees to leave the firm if they are unhappy with the company’s policies and practices.
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During her hour-long chuckle celebration, Chappelle, 48, fired off a string of controversial understatements about trans women’s genitalia, insisting that “gender is a fact” and considered the LGBTQ+ community “very sensitive.”

Shortly after the show premiered, angry Netflix staff members staged a walkout in an attempt to demonstrate their collective disapproval of the comedian’s digs.

But the rebellion failed to impress Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos, who retained Chappelle’s support and continued to air the special.

Netflix's memo likely comes in response to massive employee protests over Dave Chappelle's controversial stand-up special, "near" In which he targeted the transgender community.
Netflix’s memo likely comes in response to massive employee protests over Dave Chappelle’s controversial stand-up special “The Closer,” in which he targeted the transgender community.

And as a reminder to any remaining disgruntled cogs, the company’s freshly distributed letter outlined its commitment to prioritizing artistic expression.

“Entertaining the world is an amazing opportunity and also a challenge because audiences have very different tastes and perspectives,” the lengthy proclamation said. “That’s why we offer a wide variety of TV shows and movies, some of which can be stimulating.”

“Depending on your role, you may need to work on titles that you consider harmful.”

netflix memos to employees

“To help members make informed choices about what to watch,” we provide ratings, content warnings and easy to use parental controls.

And though the streaming giant acknowledged that its content may be problematic for some viewers, it’s determined it won’t silence the voices of its cast.

“Not everyone on our service will like — or agree with — the broadcaster,” the broadcaster said.

“While every title is different, we approach them based on the same set of principles: we support the artistic expression of the creators we choose to work with; we program for a diversity of audiences and tastes. ; and we let the audience decide what is appropriate for them, versus Netflix censoring specific cast or voices,” it emphasized.

Netflix — which lost 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter of 2022, and expects to see an additional 2 million audience members drop over the next four months — also urged employees to “spend our members’ money wisely.” . The “Valued Behavior” section of the document.

Streaming giant warns disgruntled employees that its "dream Team" The workers would not be coded, but shaped like a sports team.
The streaming giant warned disgruntled employees that a “dream team” of workers would not be coded, but shaped like a sports team.

Elsewhere, the newspaper reminded workers that the company intended not to treat workers like “family” members, but like lion-hearted players on an award-winning athletic “dream team”—which But any player can easily be benched or booted.

“We model ourselves as being a professional sports team, not a family,” Netflix wrote. “A family is about unconditional love. A Dream Team pushes itself to be the best possible teammate, cares deeply for your team, and knows that you can’t be on the team forever. ,

The bulletin also reminded angry employees, “Dream teams are not right for everyone.”

Despite its scathing attack on groans, the company closed its advice with a summary of making Netflix a “special” place to work, calling its mission “to encourage decision-making by employees, openly, In keeping with its mission to share widely and deliberately, communicate clearly”. And directly and only keep our most influential people.”

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