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Blizzard’s Proletariat Seeking to Unionize

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Activision Blizzard subsidiary Proletariat is seeking to unionize, according to an official announcement on Twitter made in late December by the group of 57 employees who formed the Proletariat Workers Alliance.

“We aim to be a beloved game studio with a diverse team, doing our best work and creating innovative experiences at the frontier of game development. We are unionizing to protect this mission and to set the studio up for success as we enter Proletariat’s next chapter joining forces with Activision Blizzard King,” the group said.

The also pointed out that Blizzard should follow Microsoft and commit to a labor neutrality agreement as well.

Some of the listed reasons for the unionization efforts:

  • A flexible PTO policy, remote work as a permanent option
  • Open and transparent communication regarding compensation
  • Overtime is never mandatory
  • Policies prioritizing DEI at every level of decision making
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