These days, it's not uncommon for ultra-famous actors, musical artists, and reality TV stars to ride their fame right into a new business venture. So many celebrities have super successful side hustles, some of which employ quite a few non-famous people. Even though these brands are owned by major stars, they're subject to the same scrutiny as any other business when it comes to how much employees enjoy working there. We tracked down eight different celebrity-founded businesses on Glassdoor, a website where current and former employees can anonymously review companies, and it turns out, working for a celeb doesn't automatically mean you love your jobs.
Ahead, we've shared the Glassdoor ratings for these companies as well as some of the best and worst parts about working at each place, according to the employees. From celebrity-designed clothing lines to actor-owned restaurants, find out exactly how great — or miserable — it is to be employed by these star-back brands.
This story was originally published on November 6, 2019.
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