Activision Blizzard employees take stand against leadership following sexual harassment lawsuit

More than 800 employees have signed an open letter to Activision leaders over their "abhorrent and insulting" response to a California state investigation and lawsuit.

News 12 Staff

Jul 27, 2021, 1:50 PM

Updated 1,033 days ago

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Activision Blizzard employees are pressuring against company leadership. More than 800 employees have signed an open letter to Activision leaders over their "abhorrent and insulting" response to a California state investigation and lawsuit. The suit alleges female employees endured sexual harassment, which was fueled by the company’s toxic work culture. Activision alleges the suit paints a "distorted" and "false" description of the workplace.
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