Streaming giant tells staff in new culture memo to LEAVE if they’re offended by its content as bosses back Dave Chappelle after backlash at trans jokes
- The streaming service dished out a new ‘culture memo’ targeting woke workers
- The document tells staff if they’re offended by content they can leave the firm
- It warned they will not ‘censor artists or voices’ if employees consider it ‘harmful’
- The document also called on workers to tighten their belts and reign in spending
- The ailing website has been struggling after shelling out viewers and losing cash
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The streaming service dished out a new ‘culture memo’ telling staff if they are offended by the content they can leave the firm.
Bosses warned they will not ‘censor specific artists or voices’ even if employees consider the content ‘harmful’.
The document also called on workers to tighten their belts and reign in corporate spending as the company’s finances falter.
The ailing platform has shelled out millions of viewers over the last year as rivals Amazon, Disney and Apple pick up steam.
Stocks have nosedived over the last six months from nearly $700 to as low as $166 yesterday despite a slight rise to $174 in pre-market trading.
Meanwhile the company has been at war with itself over airing content some woke workers claim is harmful to them.
Young activists have targeted the likes of comedian Chappelle for jokes about transgender people and aimed to get him cancelled.
But Netflix finally appeared to be stamping out the backlash with its new memo titled: ‘Netflix Culture — Seeking Excellence.’