Activision Blizzard workers have demanded better working conditions for months, but there have been few concrete actions from management to remedy the company's many problems — and allegations of new abuses just keep coming.
It’s been 126 days since Activision Blizzard employees published their demands for change, and management hasn’t acknowledged them
In July, a lawsuit from the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing accused Activision Blizzard of having a "frat boy" culture where its female employees were regularly harassed, mistreated, and abused.
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick pens open letter to employees, promising an end to forced arbitration while taking a pay cut
Bobby Kotick, the CEO of Activision Blizzard, has sent an open letter to his employees discussing what steps the massive game company will be taking in the wake of the ever-increasing boondoggle of legal headaches the corporation has found itself in.
Activision Blizzard claims unverifiable harassment firings while it tries to get DFEH harassment suit dismissed
I don't think anyone who saw the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission accuse California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing of illegal ethics violations over the DFEH's opposition to the EEOC's settlement with Activsion Blizzard is surprised that Activision Blizzard is now using that accusation to try and get the DFEH case against them dismissed.
California’s case against Activision Blizzard gets more complicated as the DFEH is accused of ethics violations
I am not a lawyer, and never have I been more simultaneously glad and upset about that than I am today, because the Activision Blizzard lawsuits boondoggle just got extremely complicated.
Activision Blizzard agrees to pay $18 million in sexual harassment settlement, but that’s not the end of their legal problems
Activision-Blizzard is learning the truth of what my grandmother used to say -- you can take care of your problems when they're small and manageable, or you can wait and try and pretend they don't exist.
The ongoing Activision Blizzard lawsuit has a new chapter, with implications for one of the company's biggest franchises.
California expands its lawsuit against Blizzard, alleging the company is interfering with the investigation
California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing has amended its lawsuit against Activision Blizzard, claiming the company is actively interfering with the state's investigation.
The public revelation about toxicity and harassment in Blizzard's work culture continues to have cascading consequences for all areas of Activision-Blizzard's operation.
As we're all well aware of at this point, there is an ongoing lawsuit filed by California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing against Activision Blizzard.