Activision doesn’t have a great reputation for company culture, even if its games, such as World of Warcraft, are best sellers. They got sued for “bro culture,” which includes allegations of “cube crawls,” which is like a pub crawl, but from cubical to cubical, harassing female employees as they go. They also just had a group of Quality Assurance employees vote to unionize.
And now? The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) accuses Activision of having a social media policy that violates employees’ rights to concerted action. Concerted action is basically the right of two or more employees to discuss working conditions, including salaries and griping about managers.
Given other problems at Activision, it wouldn’t be surprising if their social media policy was overly restrictive.
But it’s not.
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