Activision Blizzard Advertise in a company email with immediate impact It is no longer necessary to vaccinate against Covid-19 To work in the office, invite employees to return to work on site in the coming weeks. A group of employees opposing the company’s decision announced that it will organize one on Monday, April 4 strikeFourth in less than a year.
The email, sent by CEO, Brian Bulatao, indicates that Activision Blizzard’s decision is in line with that made by other companies on US soil.
The email reads: “We will soon rescind the vaccination requirement for all US employees.” “This means that employees no longer need to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 to return to the office. Over the past few weeks, we have seen companies in the United States remove the mandatory vaccination requirement and we believe it is important to comply with protocols.”
In the email, Bulatao notes that Activision Blizzard will continue to monitor the risks of Covid-19 and, despite the decision made, is asking all employees to confirm their vaccination status, so as to intervene in time if cases increase again.
Some employees have since criticized the company’s decision Increases the level of riskespecially for colleagues with disabilities and those who are immunocompromised, or those who live with those who have it.
The Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait Workers Union Group will be holding a strike on Monday 4 April and has the following requests for Activision Blizzard: immediate modification of the decision to cancel the vaccination obligation; that remote work is a permanent option not linked to the pandemic; That employees are free to choose to work in the office or not, without any imposition from higher floors.
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