Ubisoft boss says “considerable progress has been made” since last years reports of sexual harassment – Eurogamer.net

“Last June, we faced the fact that not all group members were experiencing the inclusive and safe office that we had constantly meant Ubisoft to be,” Guillemot composes. Guillemot states 14,000 Ubisoft staff members took part in “group-wide assessments, consisting of a confidential questionnaire” while 2000 staff members took part in “focus groups and listening sessions”. The business’s HR organisation was audited by an outdoors business, Guillemot continues, and “as a result we strengthened our non-discrimination and anti-harassment policies”.”We have actually just recently implemented a brand-new efficiency criterion to our settlement scheme with specific expectations for managers,” Guillemot includes.”Considerable progress has actually been made, and we will continue to work hard with the ambition of ending up being an excellent workplace in the tech industry,” Guillemot concludes.

“Last June, we dealt with the reality that not all group members were experiencing the inclusive and safe work environment that we had actually constantly meant Ubisoft to be,” Guillemot composes. Guillemot says 14,000 Ubisoft staff members took part in “group-wide evaluations, including an anonymous questionnaire” while 2000 staff members took part in “focus groups and listening sessions”. The company’s HR organisation was investigated by an outdoors business, Guillemot continues, and “as an outcome we enhanced our anti-harassment and non-discrimination policies”.

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