Blizzard Entertainment General Counsel Claire Hart said on her LinkedIn yesterday, September 20, that she decided to embark on a new adventure. She has been with the company for three years and, although officially listed at Blizzard, has assisted Activision and its Asia and China offices. Hart reports that her last day of work was on Friday, 17 september.
Around the same day, it was reported that the company was hit with another lawsuit: the U. S.
Securities and Exchange Commission wants to check the facts about the layoffs and find out how the company is As we remember, it started with a harassment and harassment suit, then it was supplemented by a shareholder class action. After employees complained about the inability to form a union, and Communications Workers of America supported them.
The company has already lost a number of top employees and is now losing administrative workers. As a reminder, Blizzard President and Vice President of Global Personnel lost their posts.
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