A few days ago a report revealed that the changes had been minimal in the French company.
Ubisoft has been at the center of controversy throughout 2020 for accusations of workplace harassment within the company. Yves Guillemot, CEO of the firm, he apologized in his day. It seemed that everything had been left behind, but the representatives of the workers have assured during the past weekend that they do not think that the changes made by the company will work, indicating that the changes they have made are minimal, as we tell you in this News.
In order to deny that the changes made have been minimal or had little impact, Guillemot himself has issued another official statement indicating all the variations that the company has had over the last few months. “Since then, we have engaged in a company-wide effort to listen, learn and build a roadmap to a better Ubisoft for all. “
From Ubisoft they have not been slow to meet the criticism of their new managementIn the official statement, that you can see from the Ubisoft website, the CEO indicates several of the changes they have made, such as the possibility that any of the team members can report inappropriate behavior through a platform that guarantees anonymity, and that they try from an external partner to guarantee impartiality. It also claims that the initial reports led them to carry out a series of investigations that led to training, disciplinary sanctions and dismissals.
“We have strengthened our non-discrimination and harassment policies. We have also created new HR processes and completely updated our internal Code of Fair Conduct. The Code is clearer, more complete and more actionable,” says Guillemot in the writing, in which he recapitulates all the changes they have had.
A complicated situation that goes beyond video games themselves, where Ubisoft has clarified some statements in recent weeks, pointing out that they will continue working on AAA developments.
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