The Activision Blizzard board of directors has formed the “Workplace Responsibility Committee”, which aims to “eliminate harassment and discrimination in the workplace.”
A press release was published by the board last night (November 22), but doesn’t mention how the company and the board will interact with its thousands of employees, just that the board is “committed to ensuring a healthy workplace in which all employees feel valued, safe, and respected.”
“The Committee is empowered to retain outside consultants or advisers, including independent legal counsel, to assist in its work,” it is added.
Essentially, the workplace responsibility committee will “oversee the company’s progress in successfully implementing its new policies, procedures, and commitments to improve workplace culture and eliminate all forms of harassment and discrimination.”
There’s also mention of CEO Bobby Kotick, and how he along…