Activision Blizzard employees will walk out on Wednesday after harassment lawsuit

One day after sharing an open letter decrying the company’s “abhorrent and insulting” response to a harassment lawsuit from the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), Activision Blizzard employees plan to hold a walkout. According to Kotaku, at least 50 employees will protest the company’s recent actions in person and call on it to improve working conditions for women by at least temporarily leaving their posts on Wednesday, July 28th. The Activision Blizzard Walkout will take place in person at Blizzard’s main office in Irvine, California, and online, with the former scheduled to take place between 10AM to 2PM PT.

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