Dissatisfied workers at games developer Blizzard Entertainment – some of whom have reportedly earned only a minimum wage – have shared details of their compensation in an internal document, hoping they will pay workers more.
According to a Bloomberg report, an employee of an organization created a spreadsheet and encouraged others to share information about his compensation on his Slack system. In the report, Blizzard workers said that most of their recent hikes were less than 10%, the agency said, much lower than their expectations after promising to improve pay-per-view after continuing a study.
According to the self-report compensation data reviewed by Bloomberg, some blizzard producers and engineers have annual salaries above $ 100,000, but other staff, such as video-game testers and customer-service representatives, say they receive the minimum wage (or near the minimum wage) report. According to a 2019 survey conducted by Blizzard, more than 50% were dissatisfied with their salaries.
For 2016, Activision Blizzard earned a total revenue of. 4.49 billion, down 13.5% year-on-year and net লার 1.5 billion, down 1% from the previous year.
In a statement, the Activision Blizzard representative said, “Our goal has always been to provide fair and competitive compensation to our employees. In order to reward top employees and invest more, we need to continue to recognize the talents of our top performers and keep us competitive in the industry.” Reviewing “”
In June, a labor-intensive investor in CTW Investment Group’s Activation Blizzard launched a campaign calling on stock exchanges to reject CEO Bobby Kotik’s $ 30 million compensation package, following extensive cuts in all sectors, including Blizzard, last year.
Blizzard, “World Work of the World”, “Overwatch”, “Starcraft” and “Diablo”, as well as the multi-franchise “Heroes of Heroes” storm, which is under increasing pressure from parents to cut costs. “
Activation Blizzard is scheduled to report Q2 earnings after the market on Tuesday (August 4).