June 21, 2024

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About two dozen Activision Blizzard employees have left the company after the lawsuit was filed

They announced from Activision Blizzard that more than 20 employees have left the company for disciplinary reasons, and another 20 faced “other types of disciplinary action,” all under the harassment and abuse lawsuit they face.

The information was released by the company’s executive vice president, Fran Townsend via an email to workers, as well as on the Activision Blizzard page.

“In recent months, we have received an increase in reports through various media channels. People are raising concerns that range from years to the present. We welcome these reports and our team is working to investigate them using a combination of internal and external resources.” This is how he adds it “With regard to the various reports resolved, more than 20 people have left Activision Blizzard and more than 20 people have faced other types of disciplinary action.”

As the letter states as a result of the events of recent months – i.e. lawsuits and complaints against the company – “it is clear that we must do more and with renewed urgency. We have expanded our compliance team and already have larger initiatives underway to enable significant improvements in our corporate culture”, emphasizing the that The first is that they will not hesitate to “shoot or discipline those who violate our policies and do not contribute to a positive culture that treats all members of our team with respect.”

It must be remembered that Activision Blizzard was indicted by the state of California, while it is being investigated by US Securities and Exchange Commission.

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