Currently, the eyes are placed on Activision Blizzard, However, Ubisoft was also a company that in recent months presented cases of sexual harassment. Things may not be so bad inside the publisher, but that does not mean we should ignore it completely. Ubisoft is aware of this, and during a recent interview, they recognized that there are many things that must improve within the study to create a safe and inclusive environment for all.
Anika Grant, Staff Director at Ubisoft, recently conversed with the medium Axis, where she declared that people have lost confidence in the company's processes:
At the beginning of the crisis, we invest a long time to ensure that we had the right process, that we were able to start a quick and efficient research and achieve some results.
However, what I think we overlooked was the employee's experience. I do not think we communicate enough with the people who raised the problem about what we found as part of the investigations — the decisions we make and the actions we carry out. And that's why I think, unfortunately, people lost confidence in that process.
Grant affirms that one of the priorities within the company is to solve this lack of communication. Even though its employees say it, Ubisoft states that the necessary measures are being taken to prevent and resolve any case of harassment, discrimination or violence that is lived within the Company, and hope to put an end to this situation As soon as they can.
Editor's Note: A part of me wants to believe that Grant's statements are transparent and honest, but there is also the possibility that, after having seen the scandal that was armed with Bobby Kick and Activision Blizzard, the executive of Ubisoft has preferred to give the face now before the public pressure begins to touch the doors in the study.
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