More than 500 Activision Blizzard employees signed and publicized petition asked the company’s CEO Bobby Kotick to resign. The petition was shared by the Activision Blizzard King worker Alliance Twitter profile.
ONE The report released by The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday, November 16 detailed how Kotick reportedly ignored numerous allegations of sexual misconduct against female Activision Blizzard employees over the years. This is the second action against Kotick from Activision Blizzard employees this week since they organize a walk on the same day WSJ issued a report and demanded his resignation.
“We, the undersigned, no longer have confidence in Bobby Kotick’s leadership as the CEO of Activision Blizzard,” said the petition signed by more than 500 Activision Blizzard employees. “The information that has come to light about his behaviors and practices in running our company runs counter to the culture and integrity we demand of our leadership — and around directly conflict with initiatives initiated by our colleagues. We request that Bobby Kotick step down as CEO of Activision Blizzard and that shareholders be allowed to elect a new CEO without the involvement of Bobby, who we know owns a substantial share of the business. including the voting rights of the shareholders. “
After WSJ reports have been published, Kotick and Activision Blizzard have attempted to refute the claims. A company declare released later that day claimed the report “presents an inaccurate and misleading view” of the company and its CEO.
NS Washington Post report Yesterday, a group of Activision Blizzard shareholders sent a letter to the company’s board demanding Kotick’s immediate resignation. California Department of Fair Employment and Housing File a lawsuit against Activision Blizzard in July for alleged abuse of female employees.
https://dotesports.com/business/news/over-500-activision-blizzard-employees-sign-petition-bobby-kotick-resign-ceo More than 500 Activision Blizzard employees sign petition asking Bobby Kotick to ‘remove himself from the position of CEO’