Activision Blizzard, the publisher of popular games such as Call of Duty and World of Warcraft, has been sued for unfair labour practises.
Activision Blizzard is accused of illegally surveilling its employees, according to a new worker complaint filed with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
In the claim, the CWA also claims that Activision Blizzard disabled access to an internal chat channel where employees discussed wages and working conditions.
This is Activision's second claim this year; the CWA filed a charge earlier in the year.
That first case was to stand up against Activision telling its workers they couldn't talk about the inappropriate behavior and separation claim the organization was battling
Activision is anticipating an expected buyout from Microsoft as much as $69 billion, and forthcoming endorsement from different administrative organizations around the world.
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