After allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour need to take a number of executives at the French game developer Ubisoft your hat. The changes in the boardroom will lead to an "improvement in the company's culture," it said in a message on Sunday.
The changes followed a rigorous Review carried out by the company in response to the latest allegations of misconduct. Chief Creative Officer Serge an MBA, the managing Director of the canadian Studios of Ubisoft, and the global head of HR, Cécile Cornet have placed their Offices down.
"Ubisoft was not able to guarantee its employees a safe and inclusive work environment. This is not acceptable,“ said Ubisoft boss Yves Guillemot, according to a statement. "Toxic behavior" is contrary to the values of the company.
"I'm more determined than ever, deep changes to improve our company's culture and strengths." In the French newspaper "Libération" reported, several employees anonymously of moral and sexual harassment.Updated Date: 12 July 2020, 15:19