Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are facing criticism for allegedly falling short in setting a positive example for their employees at Archewell Productions, as concerns about internal chaos and a lack of commitment emerge.

PR expert Ryan McCormick, speaking to The Mirror, highlighted the departure of the company’s manager, Bennett Levine, within a brief two-year span as indicative of potential turmoil in the lives of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

A 2023 report from The Express revealed that Harry and Meghan were purportedly dedicating just one hour a week to their roles at Archewell, equating to a mere 2.5% of a standard 40-hour workweek.

McCormick emphasized that such a minimal time investment reflects a significant deficiency in effort and commitment, stating that employees cannot be expected to excel if the leaders fail to set a commendable precedent. Speculating on Levine’s departure, Ryan suggested that the lack of exemplary leadership could be a contributing factor.

The publicist went on to express concerns about the overall productivity of Archewell Productions, noting that the departure of Levine, while notable, pales in comparison to the larger issue of insufficient content creation by the royal couple.

McCormick stressed the importance of delivering value to the organization, donors, and media partners, warning that if the current trend persists, the departure of other high-level employees may not be surprising.

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