Activision Blizzard's employees have had it with the company's messaging and leadership in the wake of California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) lawsuit. Now the group has organized a walk-out from the company and published a list of demands/requests.
Can a statement from the 200 million dollar man himself, CEO Bobby Kotick, even begin to make things right? Investors and employees may have a different opinion on that score.
It's walks, strikes, and balls today...in Virtual Legality.
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Discussed in this episode:
"California vs Activision Blizzard: A Legal View"
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DFEH (California) vs Activision Blizzard et al
Filed July 20, 2021
"Activision Blizzard executive Fran Townsend..."
Tweet - July 23, 2021 - Jason Schreier
"Activision Blizzard employees sign petition denouncing company's 'abhorrent' response to lawsuit"
CNN - July 26, 2021
"Activision Blizzard Employees to Stage Walkout In Protest at Leadership"
IGN - July 27, 2021
"Blizzard told employees..."
Tweet - July 27, 2021 - Jason Schreier
"A Letter From CEO Bobby Kotick to All Employees"
July 27, 2021
"WoW Team Issues Statement, Vows To Remove "Not Appropriate" References From The Game"
GameSpot - July 27, 2021
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