Activision Blizzard CEO Takes Pay Cut -Vows to Increase Diversity Hires by 50 Percent
30 October 2021
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Activision Blizzard are absolutely desperate to do anything they possibly can to gain favor from gullible consumers by subverting their filth with a gay faggotry filter.

And yet despite constant virtue signaling, making practically every single character in Overwatch either gay or non-binary, removing problematic content in World of Warcraft to remove the phrase “greenskins” in reference to in-game orcs because of the comparisons made between orcs and niggers.

The goyim aren’t really fooled, they still continue to buy Activision Blizzard fodder but general reception of the company overall has been in constant turmoil for ages now, probably due to the fact when the faggots who work there aren’t bitching about orc fragility they’re instead being degenerate sex pests, harassing women.

Activision Blizzard has been spreading its cheeks for the limp wrist princess stasi brigade for ages now as the Yiddler conglomerate tries desperately to protect its shekels by also suckling the Chinese teat of communism, but it seems that the company has yet to understand the definition of insanity.

Activision Blizzard CEO, Bobby Kotick who I primarily only know from the fact that he’s featured in Jeffrey Epstein’s little black book. Don’t ask me anything about that though or I’ll probably end up killing myself with two swift bullets to the back of the head.

Anyway, Bobby Kotick has gone on light to the Activision Blizzard board of directors before the company is due for its next investor call on November 2nd, Kotick has asked the BOD to reduce his salary to the “minimum” as he puts a focus on improving the company and serves as an apology.

It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, with Activision Blizzard being a massive Yiddler glomerate that its CEO would be paid handsomely, in the case of Kotick he has already reduced his annual salary from a measly $1.75M dollars to a pitiful $875,000. In return for halving his salary Lucky Bobby was rewarded in kindness with $150 million dollars in stocks.

Way to go Bobby you hooked nose cunt.

Now what exactly a further drop in salary down to a “minimum” would actually be on paper has yet to be seen but I have my doubts it would be anywhere near the mark of $500,000 annually.

Bobby Kotick is now looking to have his salary reduced down to just $62,500 annually so that there are enough resources available for Activision Blizzard to become an industry leader in workplace excellence according to an Activision Blizzard press release.

With the general announcement being filled with all the pozzitive trash you’d expect from a company in deep shit from all forms of mentally deranged consumers.

To strive for workplace excellence Activision Blizzard is of course putting focus on the “minority” which in this case are obviously gay/trans or non-binary faggots who don’t know how to code yet seemingly wish to become a gayme developer.

Activision Blizzard will be incorporating five key changes to its workplace model with the first being a new policy against harassment which is no surprise whatsoever.

We are launching a new zero-tolerance harassment policy company-wide – In the past, when we discovered and substantiated harassment, we terminated some employees and provided verbal or written warnings or different disciplinary actions to others. In retrospect, to achieve our goals for workplace excellence, this approach is no longer adequate. We need tougher rules and consistent monitoring across the entire company to make sure reports are being handled correctly and discipline is appropriate and swift.

As a result, we are implementing a zero-tolerance policy across Activision Blizzard that will be applied consistently. Our goal is to have the strictest harassment and non-retaliation policies of any employer, and we will continue to examine and tighten our standards to achieve this goal everywhere we do business.

Any Activision Blizzard employee found through our new investigative processes and resources to have retaliated against anyone for making a compliance complaint will be terminated immediately.

In many other instances of workplace misconduct, we will no longer rely on written warnings: termination will be the outcome, including in most cases of harassment based on any legally protected category.

Future employment contracts and equity awards will be clear: termination for these reasons will result in the immediate forfeiture of future compensation.

We also want to ensure that employees who file reports are encouraged, protected, and heard. For all reports of harassment and retaliation, we will investigate the allegation and whether the Activision Blizzard personnel who received the report of such behavior took the appropriate steps to protect the integrity of our compliance processes.

There may be some places around the world where local law may restrict some of these measures. In those cases, we will apply the highest permissible standards and the strongest possible discipline.

The second fundamental change that will be made to ensure “workplace excellence” is obviously a witch hunt… against the straight white man of course, but given the sort of quality of titles produced by Activision I doubt that there’s any left. So in place of they will more than likely be taking some of the soy-white faggots out of the company as they seek new employees of color but more importantly, women and non-binary individuals.

We will increase the percentage of women and non-binary people in our workforce by 50% and will invest $250 million to accelerate opportunities for diverse talent –Today, approximately 23% of our global employee population identifies as women or non-binary. Building on the success that King and other business units have achieved, we will seek to increase our percentage of women and non-binary professionals by approximately 50% – to more than one-third across the entire company – within the next five years and hopefully faster. Each franchise team, business unit, and functional area will be expected to have plans to help fulfill this ambition.

With respect to diversity, while we perform better than our peers with 30% of our U.S. workforce from diverse or under-represented communities, broadening this progress will continue to be a significant focus of mine as well as company, business unit, and franchise leadership.

To further this commitment, we’ll be investing an additional $250 million over the next 10 years in initiatives that foster expanded opportunities in gaming and technology for under-represented communities. This commitment includes inspiring diverse talent to pursue career opportunities in gaming through an ABK Academy that includes partnerships with colleges and technical schools serving under-represented communities, mentorships for participants, and a rotating apprenticeship program that leads to game development jobs, similar to the programs we began with the United Negro College Fund and Management Leadership for Tomorrow. We will also provide learning, development, and advanced degree opportunities for current employees to increase the number of women and those from under-represented communities in leadership positions across the company and in our industry.

In the coming months, Brian Bulatao, Julie Hodges, and I will share details about how we are operationalizing these goals and implementing and measuring this expanded investment.

Because Blizzard has been regarded as being the go to place of employment for women over the recent past, as Activision looks to rebuild its company modesty of course they’re going to accelerate its own demise by increasing the amount of diversity hires the company takes in from hereon out.

Based on feedback from employees, we are waiving required arbitration of sexual harassment and discrimination claims – For any Activision Blizzard employee who chooses not to arbitrate an individual claim of sexual harassment, unlawful discrimination, or related retaliation arising in the future, the company will waive any obligation to do so.

Muh wage gap!

We will continue to increase visibility on pay equity – As described in the recent note from our President, Daniel Alegre, and our Chief Administrative Officer, Brian Bulatao, the company continues to focus on pay equity for employees. In fact, our U.S. analysis showed that women at the company on average earned slightly more than men for comparable work in 2020. To ensure transparency on our continuing commitment to pay equity, we will report these results annually.

We will provide regular progress updates – We will be monitoring the progress of our business units, franchise teams, and functional leaders with respect to workplace initiatives and we will provide a status report quarterly. We also will be adding a dedicated focus on this vital work in our annual report to shareholders and in our annual ESG report with information on gender hiring, diversity hiring, and workplace progress.

From this announcement the major red flags…. aside from bullshit wage gaps is the focus of Activision Blizzard on hiring more women / diversity / non-binary employees, vowing to increase their numbers by 50% where plain and simply those with an actual GPA will have their applications put into waste disposal because they lack the main criteria that Activision Blizzard will be looking for with new employees.

It’s served literally every other company who has gone woke and fortunately gone broke, why hire people based on their qualifications and ability when you can just hire more blue haired fairies instead.

And here I thought that Activision simply couldn’t get much worse, but if they’re going to put such major focus on hiring women and protecting them let’s just hope and pray that diversity does what diversity does best, descend Activision Blizzard into a chaotic ruin as the company somehow manages to get even more progressive.

Because when it comes to the downfall of Activision Blizzard all I can say is god speed Bobby, god speed.

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