More than 20 staff retired from ACTIVISION BLIZZARD of harassment problem-and 20 people receive disciplinary action
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From Activision Blizzard, where harassment is a problem, it has become clear that more than 20 staff retired.
According to the statement published by Activision Blizzard, the list of more than 20 retirees contains game developers and several bosses, and members of the Board of Directors are not included. Based on the results of anonymous reporting, including a few years ago from recent anonymous reports, it seems to be addressed in order from the most serious reports. In addition to retirement, it has also been revealed that more than 20 people received disciplinary action.
In addition, the following three themes are becoming important in a report that can be clearly dealt with, and it is said that it aims to realize the following:
Contributing to the Policy of Activision Blizzard, what can not contribute to a positive culture that respects all members of the team should be dismissed or discular.
Not only the process of the survey, but also to take transparency about the action of the survey team.
Incorporating resources and human resources in ethics, culture and training.
The company says that the process of the problem survey, including the reorganization of two teams in ethical and compliance and employee relationship , and aims to create an easy-to-report environment. At the end of the statement, these changes and actions are only the beginning of a positive change, and we promised to continue these efforts in the future.