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Toxic culture | TV star's sex scenes spark HR debate

TV star's sex scenes spark HR debate

Toxic work cultures can be damaging for a number of reasons; it can lead to a lack of staff morale, high employee turnover and a slowdown in profits. One actress has claimed that a toxic environment was the reason for her departure from a TV show.

English actress Ruth Wilson has shared her experiences of a toxic culture while working on the US TV drama series The Affair, the Metro has reported.

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