Feeling in the week clock reach us more and more stories about sexual harassment at Activision Blizzard. Since the announcement of the sexism scandal in summer, more and more employees say and the guide ways around Bobby Kick occurs from a fat susceptible to the other. You just do not find the right words to the employees, even if they are set up.

The image damage is so great that you are now even excluded from industry events like the game awards quasi. In order to improve the working conditions at Activision Blizzard, 500 temporary employees are fully taken over and receive solid contracts. In addition, one has introduced a zero tolerance policy for harassment. But that’s not enough for employees yet.

Renewed strikes

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Under A Better Activision Blizzard (short age), employees have organized and have decided again in recent weeks. Meanwhile, a strikekasse was launched, for which people donate and so can keep the strikes alive.

The desire for a union

For better control of working conditions and more justice, employees demand the founding of a union. This is a sensitive topic in the USA. Anyone who is powerful and wants to know which mildness said Burden funds employers try to prevent unions in the US, we recommend the contribution of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver on Union Busting.

The next bold bitch

Activision Blizzards Chief Administrative Officer Brian Mulatto wrote the following round email to the company of the company:

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AS YOU MAY HAVE SEEN YESTERDAY, There is a Communication Supported by the Communication Workers of America (CWA) That Asked Employees to Sign and Submit Union Authorization Cards. I Want to Be Clear About This: The Leadership of Activision Blizzard Supports Your Right, Under The National Labor Relations Act (NRA), to Make Your Own Decision About Whether to Join A Union.

AS You Make This Decision for Your Future, We ASK Only That You Take Time To Consider The Consequences of Your Signature On The Binding Legal Document Presented by You by CWA. Once You Sign That Document, You Will Have Signed Over to CWA The Exclusive Right To Represent [You] For The Purposes of Collective Bargaining Concerning All Terms and Conditions of Employment. That Means That Your Ability To Negotiate All Your Own Working Conditions Will Be Turned Over to CWA, Just as the Document Says.

Mulatto points out that one should be considered very well, whether one should really join the union. After all, these would in future negotiate the salary of each individual employee in the event of salary negotiations. Of course, that’s not true and is a smooth lie. Also, the first sentence sounds like a threat. These pours oil again.

Incredible reports of mothers whose breast milk is stolen by employees

The quiet of a child is quasi a second job next to the actual work and takes several hours per day. Even if the child is not satisfied, mothers have to run the sometimes milk to relieve possible chest pain. The milk is chilled quite a long-lasting, uncooked only a few hours. There are actually special refrigerators in the offices at Blizzard, which can be completed with a padlock.

However, employees report that mother’s milk was still stolen by colleagues.

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Already in advance, it became known that restrooms for breastfeeding mothers were also used by other employees for presentations and other activities. Now, however, the breast milk should have been stolen, the mothers had kept in containers.

The chairs in the stop rooms should have sprinkled backwards and would not have been suitable for breastfeeding. Many mothers have therefore pumped on the floor.
The tables in the nursing room were made of wood, which led despite regular cleaning to stains and discoloration through the milk.
The room itself presented a real fire hazard. There were only two power plugs per room, one of them was a lamp with USB plug for smartphones and the other for the pump. Otherwise, there were no plugs for laptops or similar. If mothers work or watch something during pumping.
There were too little storage space for the breast milk, which is why mothers had to run throughout the campus several times a day to stow them somewhere else.
There were extra refrigerators for breast milk, which could be sealed with a lock, but often remained open because employees wanted to store beer there. Reason for the castles was first and foremost, Because employees regularly claw the breast milk.
Cleaning standards should not have been considered for these rooms as for the remaining office space.

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