Activision recommends “more positive” attitude to victims of violence

It would seem that we will not be surprised by any manifestations of bro-culture in everyday life of Activision Blizzard. However, evidence of discrimination, racism, sexual harassment and other forms of harassment. The Wall Street Journal reports that an employee Sledgehammers daughter studio, sexually abused by its own boss, Activision HR staff advised to rethink the situation in a different light so that it looked more positive.

In 2016 and 2017, the victim was forced to drink too much alcohol in the office and at work events. At the same time, the staff member was attacked by her supervisor.

After the second incident, she filed a complaint with the police and also took it to the studios HR department, but they didnt take her seriously there. Media: Bobby Cat knew about the harassment at Activision Blizzard, but hid it.

An example is also given by an Activision employee who has been signing all his 1-800-ALLCOCK emails for years (which is pretty obscene). And, no matter how dissatisfied the women receiving such messages, measures against him were taken only last summer.

The material published by the publication provides a number of evidence that Mr. Kotik knew what was going on in his company.

However, Activision hid such incidents from employees, investors and the board of directors and did not mention them in the reports. According to spokeswoman Heline Clusky, one should not expect the head of Activision Blizzard will keep you informed of all complaints of misconduct in each studio and any HR issues.

However, the lawyer of the raped employee showed a letter that he sent to Kotik and other executives of the company. After that, the boss was quickly fired.

It is reported that the Kotik himself condemned the article in The Wall Street Journal. In a special internal video for employees, he stated that anyone who doubts my commitment to creating the most welcoming and inclusive workplace does not understand how important this is to me.

Xbox evaluates the relationship with Activision Blizzard — Phil Spencer criticizes the publishers petition for the removal of Bobby Kotik from the presidency of Activision Blizzard has already signed in 1752 company employee. According to estimates by the A Better ABK working alliance, this number is about 15% of the companys total staff, including full-time employees and contractors.

However, as Bloomberg recalls, the real solution is about the removal of the cat can take only ten people. And five of them are Kotik himself and his longtime business partners and friends.

Three others are connected to him in the film business. There are two women on the board of directors, but thanks to Kotik, they have earned millions of dollars in income during their work.

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