• A former employee of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" claimed staffers tolerated its workplace for the sake of their resume
  • The former camera assistant hinted that they were not given "basic rights" like overtime pay or water on hot days
  • This comes after numerous ex-staffers spoke out about the "toxic" work environment on the show

The "Ellen DeGeneres Show" workplace resembles that of "The Devil Wears Prada," according to another former employee who recently came forward with her personal experience working on the set of the talk show.

A former camera assistant on "Ellen" opened up about her time on the program during a chat with the Australian radio show, "Stav, Abby, & Matt." The woman joins a throng of former staffers who spoke out about the alleged "toxic" workplace and culture of the Ellen DeGeneres-hosted show.

Explaining the environment on set, she claimed it felt like working under Meryl Streep’s "The Devil Wears Prada" character, Miranda Priestly, a ruthless magazine editor who was often cruel to staff.

"It’s kind of like ‘The Devil Wears Prada.’ Everyone is trying to make it to the [end of a] year," the former camera assistant explained.

"It’s just a badge of honor to have that and have it on your resume," she added.

The ex-staffer further claimed that she and her colleagues worked 10-hour days on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show," but this was apparently just the tip of the iceberg when it came to the workplace problems that employees faced.

"It’s basic rights; being paid overtime, water on a hot day. If you ask for that, you’re told, well, there’s the door," the woman shared.

This is the latest blow to "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," which has been relentlessly criticized by numerous former workers over the past several months.

Earlier this year, the 62-year-old host began receiving backlash after YouTube star Nikkie de Jager opened up about DeGeneres' supposed rude behavior and cold demeanor after her guest appearance on "Ellen." This was followed by a number of former staffers, fans, guests and people who have interacted with DeGeneres sharing their own "horror stories" with the talk show host on a Twitter thread.

In May, a former "Ellen" crew member told the New York Post that the tales making the rounds on social media were true, adding, "It irritates me that people think she’s all sweetness and light and she gets away with it."

An article published in July then detailed stories from one current and 10 former employees who said that they had negative experiences on the show, particularly with the producers.

Some ex-staffers accused higher-ups of racism and sexual misconduct, among others, as parent company WarnerMedia launched an in-house investigation into the crew's complaints.

In July, DeGeneres sent out a letter to employees, expressing her dismay over their negative experiences on her show and apologizing to them.

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Ellen DeGeneres announced the passing of her dad, Elliott. Pictured: DeGeneres speaks onstage during "One Voice: Somos Live! A Concert For Disaster Relief" at the Universal Studios Lot on Oct. 14, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/ Kevin Winter