Ubisoft has suspended two executives following allegations of misconduct, in response to a report.
In line with a Bloomberg report, Ubisoft has suspended vice presidents Tommy Francois and Maxime Beland. Each have been accused of “a minimum of three claims of misconduct.”
Ubisoft has reportedly additionally suspended a number of different staff accused of abuse and misconduct. The corporate has additionally employed exterior legislation corporations to analyze the allegations and is forming an inner group with a view to discover “higher options and instruments to detect, report and resolve” any incident or significant issue at once, states Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier (thanks, Gamasutra).
Earlier this week, Ubisoft issued an announcement pertaining to sexual harassment and assault allegations towards staff. The corporate stated it was investigating after allegations of sexual assault and harassment had been made towards staff final weekend.
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