Blizzard employees went on strike following the unexpected
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It's been just a month now since Activision Blizzard employees went on strike following the unexpected termination of 12 contractors on the Raven Software QA team. In the intervening time, employees have met repeatedly to express their concerns to the company with the aim of to "foster an open and trustworthy relationship" andpeaceful negotiations. But, despite their best attempts however, a current Raven Soft employee has now claimed that there were no actions taken to reconcile.
In a recent report from Inverse The outlet has spoken with current and former Activision Blizzard employees about the company's working conditions as and the strike that is currently in progress. Jessica Gonzalez, the founder and coordinator for ABetterABK (A Better Activision, Blizzard, and King) claims that despite her requests for the WoTLK Classic Gold team in a meeting with the company's leadership team to discuss the current crisis, the company's leadership "hasn't initiated a dialogue" with workers. The claims of Gonzalez were later confirmed by two employees currently employed by Raven Software employees, both of which chose to remain unidentified.