In a latest report back to the US Securities and Change Fee, Activision Blizzard states that it’s unaware of any worker strikes or labor actions. Regardless of Name of Obligation Warzone‘s Raven Software program going into its third week of strikes, Activision Blizzard doesn’t make any point out of it in its report. Moreover, the report additionally states that it doesn’t know of any important authorized proceedings towards the corporate, regardless of there being two ongoing lawsuits towards it.
Activision Blizzard says “there aren’t any pending actions” of strikes
The submitting reads:
To the information of the corporate, there aren’t any pending actions or proceedings of any labor union, commerce union, works council or any related labor group to prepare any workers of the corporate or any of its Subsidiaries with regard to their employment with the corporate or any of its subsidiaries.
Again in December, staff at Raven Software program staged a walkout after the corporate laid off a good portion of the studio’s QA group. Some devs even say that the walkout and poor management have led to the now-infamous issues and bugs inside the recreation. The walkout continues into its third week. Previous to that, Activision Blizzard workers additionally staged a strike earlier in 2021 after stories of sexual harassment and abuse surfaced.
In different information, some trade specialists imagine that Microsoft’s latest acquisition of Activision Blizzard gained’t trigger any legal troubles for the corporate. The acquisition has additionally brought about Sony’s inventory to tank over $20 Billion in worth.