This is not the first time that Ubisoft is examined for a toxic work environment, and although they have tried to put in place systems to help victims of abuse, a recent interview says that these avenues do not offer that the aesthetics of security.
An ex-developer of Ubisoft had an interview with Kotaku, whose contents are at least disturbing. For fear of reprisals , the developer has chosen to remain anonymous - a decision that makes the verification of these affirmations much more difficult, but taking into account the risks associated with such a decision (resign a job is already quite difficult, regardless of Being on black list by any industry), they seem to deserve to be taken seriously.
I would have liked to continue my trip Ubisoft, but I was really affected by all harassment, discrimination and toxicity I met and how it was managed, she said. I really hope the situation will improve for Ubisoft, but they are not there yet.
The contents of harassment are ... Well, just about everything. Sexual harassment, racist remarks, work. She claims that she has taken all the necessary steps to deal with these incidents before making them public - reports have been filed, interviews with various supervisors and HR, but all have been ineffective. Everything looked like navigating a labyrinth towards nowhere .
In a world where work harassment relationships become a common feature of the play area, it is difficult to see news like this as surprising - but the feeling of injustice has not been faded. With more and more employees feeling enough Embilling enough to talk about these problems, we continue to see a much dirty belly in the game development industry than a very neat presentation would like to make you believe. The fact that reports like these are broadcast is good news for the future of the industry, but for the moment, the road is still long.