It is known to all that ActivisionBlizzard It is immersed in a renovation process after all the controversies that have arisen in recent times. Controversies that do not stop, as evidenced by the recent lawsuit filed against the company by the city of New York. In this context, the North American company seeks to improve the ins and outs of it, so now Blizzard announces the addition of its first vice president of company cultureJessica Martinez, who has recently been officially presented through the corporation’s Twitter account.
“We are excited to introduce Jessica Martinez as our first Vice President and Head of Culture,” Blizzard confirmed. “When you create an environment in which people come first And where teams feel safe, valued, and work together for a common purpose, all thrive: the employees, the players and the business”, Martinez pointed out in what are his first words after landing in the aforementioned position. This signing follows that of Kristen Hines, whom Blizzard hired for the position of director of diversity, equity and inclusion last month, as remember Eurogamer.
New York sues Activision Blizzard over Bobby Kotick allegations
Martinez’s main task will be to “guarantee a better comunication among Blizzard franchises and spearheading action plans to ensure that the company’s values are reflected in its daily operations and organizational design.” Although Activision Blizzard has already reached an agreement to compensate with 18 million dollars to the plaintiffs for harassment and discrimination, the North American company still has to face a multitude of legal proceedings, in addition to the investigations related to its purchase by Microsoft, which should be closed in the middle of next 2023.