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Microsoft Launches Pre-Union Advertisement


Microsoft has launched a pro-union ad in the Washington Post, which is cosigned by union CWA, stating that the company hopes to “bring the same principles to Activision Blizzard” during the 2023 year.

Furthermore, Microsoft says they’re “[not] asking the FTC to ignore competition concern”, according to The Verge.

“As we enter a new year, we remain committed to creating the best workplaces we can for people who make a living in the tech sector,” the beginning of the ad states. “When both labor and management bring their voices to the bargaining table, employees, shareholders and customers alike benefit.”

The ad states that Microsoft’s union formation is “in keeping with new groundbreaking labor neutrality principles that the Communications Workers of America and Microsoft established last year.”

“During 2023, we hope to bring the same agreement and principles to Activision Blizzard, which Microsoft has proposed to acquire,” it continues.

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