Activision-Blizzard's quarterly earnings call was opened by Bobby Kotick addressing the workplace controversy, and says he's committed to safe work environment.
If you was committed to a safe working environment it wouldn’t be what it is today. It had to become mainstream for you to take notice.
Sadly that’s the reality of any big issue. They exist, but no one cares about it until it starts interfering with their money
There is also the possibility of the higher ups being unaware. Its not like these things havent surfaced before and we already know that the higher ups care about public perception and profits so letting stuff like this happen is contrary to their goals. When you got thousands of employees with hundreds of managers, supervisors, etc. Many things can go unnoticed. Not saying that is the case here but if you got one bad apple it can spoil the whole thing. We should all, if we really cared, be reading about all the case files and released documents/articles instead of depending on the media to tell all the details.
@TheDoomed Guy, Kotick knew what was going behind closed doors
I'd like to bring up that Kotick was friends with Jeffery Epstein and went to his island
I hope it's true but most likely not.
Doubt it. They will say this to placate the masses and shareholders. But don't expect any tangible changes outside of firing scapegoats.
lol it wasnt a safe work environment in the first place you pleb.
Bobby Cockdick wont see another dollar from me until he steps down.
He probably touches himself to the camera footage
I'm pretty sure he kicks puppies in cowboy boots.
I don’t why people are expecting him to step down. Moneybags Bobby is in this for life lol.
This excuse for a human being has been Activision's CEO since 2008 but sure, let him pretend that he now cares about what we now know was happening under his very nose.
Bobby Kotick is a piece of crap. He needs to step down as CEO.
More like committed to securing that seventh yacht
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