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What Activision Blizzard is doing for employees during coronavirus: CEO

CNBC writes: Bobby Kotick, Activision Blizzard CEO, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss how his company transitioned to working from home, what he's done to assist their comfort and the spike in activity the company is seeing as more people turn to video games during quarantine.

The uncertainty created by the coronavirus pandemic can take its toll on employees. For the 10,000 or so who work at Activision Blizzard around the world, one person they can call is CEO Bobby Kotick.

“About a month ago, we sent out an email from my email address with my phone number and we encouraged every single employee that has a concern that relates to their health care to just contact me directly,” Kotick told CNBC’s Becky Quick on “Squawk Box.”

Kotick said “a few hundred” employees have reached out to him since that email. “But we’re fortunate. Very few actually tested positive so far for Covid-19.”

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Majin-vegeta120d ago

Gotts give props whete its due

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gorillatactics119d ago

OMG he gave his phone number! REDEEMED!!!

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Godmars290120d ago

And he'll likely fire them is they use it...

Christopher119d ago

***Kotick said “a few hundred” employees have reached out to him since that email. “But we’re fortunate. Very few actually tested positive so far for Covid-19.”***

BigKev45120d ago

But will he answer the call?

saladthieves119d ago

It shall be the...Call of Duty.

I know, I'll get my coat.

Godmars290119d ago

And don't let the door hit you where the dog should have bit ya...

;p

neomahi120d ago

a**es, eh? That's not professional.

Kabaneri119d ago (Edited 119d ago )

Journalism nowadays is just blogging.

Abriael119d ago

I mean, we're talking about Kotaku here. 🤔

Pancit_Canton120d ago

Later that day, he replaced his sim card and calls got re-directed to microtransaction 1800 number.

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