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CBS has revamped its human resources regime and will assign an HR manager for each of its studios as it deals with recent negative fallout. So reports Variety.

“These will be highly trained HR executives who will be on our sets on a regular basis to ensure safety and build trust with the cast, producers and staff,” the broadcast giant notes in a memo obtained by Variety. CBS also is putting in place a new third-party system for complaints to HR. The memo, which was sent by CBS Entertainment president Kelly Kahl and CBS Television Studios president David Stapf, notes that “professionals outside of CBS will receive these calls and emails, providing another confidential reporting option for our production employee base.”

“In addition, with the support of Laurie Rosenfield and the HR specialists, we will expand our training and development programs," the memo reads. “New in-person, anti-harassment training will be introduced for all CBS Studios’ productions, as well as customized training as necessary.”

CBS has had to contend with sexual and racial harassment allegations that came to light back in 2016. CBS would not comment on the memo.

Read the full article from Variety.

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