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Microsoft's $69 billion acquisition target Activision Blizzard has declined to voluntarily recognize a new union

3 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Workers at Raven Software, which makes Call of Duty: Warzone, are trying to unionize. Activision
Workers at Raven Software announced their plan to launch a union last week.
Raven Software's parent company Activision Blizzard declined to voluntarily recognize the union.
The workers say they have a supermajority, and will now formally petition the NLRB.
Activision Blizzard has refused to voluntarily recognize a union set up by a group of quality assurance workers. The new union, called the Game Workers Alliance, was set up by the group of 34 workers at Raven Software. Raven Software is a...
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