Ubisoft's chief Yves Guillemot wants to implement some changes and reforms in the company after there have been several allegations of sexual harassment within the company. Such behavior should definitely not be tolerated.
Following allegations of sexual harassment, Ubisoft management is now taking action. Some changes and adjustments should be made to improve the situation. Ubisoft's boss Yves Guillemot even wants to take care of it personally.
There are big changes
"The situations some of you have experienced or witnessed are absolutely unacceptable," said Guillemot in an internal memo entitled "Change is Starting Today". "Nobody should ever feel bothered or disrespected at work, and we cannot and will not tolerate the types of inappropriate behavior we have recently learned about. I would like to thank those of you who have spoken or supported colleagues Say clearly: We hear you and you contribute to driving necessary changes in the company. "
Ubisoft is now planning profound changes, as Yves Guillemot explains: "We still have a lot of work to do to improve the way we work and work together, and I am personally committed to making these fundamental changes. You must be profound and we need to implement them quickly at all levels of the organization. Specifically, I have decided to revise the composition of the editorial department (the company's advisory body), reorganize our human resources processes and improve the accountability of all managers in these areas. "
Formal meetings for employees will be launched in the company next week, led by external moderators. An external consultancy also reviews the company's procedures and policies. In addition, a new head of diversity and integration is hiring an employee to improve diversity within the organization.
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