Ahead of Call of Duty developer Raven Software’s vote on whether to form a legally binding union, Activision Blizzard has sent out anti-unionisation emails to its staff.
With this approval now in place, Activision Blizzard will have to legally recognise its workers’ terms and conditions should the majority vote in favour of forming a union.
In a report by The Washington Post, employees revealed Raven management held several meetings and town halls ahead of the workforce’s upcoming vote to unionise.
Last month, Raven Software obtained approval from the National Labour Relations Board to move forward with a vote on whether to unionise.
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