Raven Software QA staff is consolidating

The Raven Software workers responsible for quality assurance on Call of Duty: Warzone formed a union called the Game Workers Union, a division of the Communications Workers of America (CWA).

Activision Blizzard employees have threatened to merge since they went on strike seven weeks ago, and of the Raven QA testers, 34 workers decided to merge.

“Today, I am proud to join a large number of my colleagues in building our union, the Game Workers Union (GWA),” said Becka Aigner, Raven software tester said in a press release. “In the video game industry, specifically Raven QA, people are passionate about their work and the content they’re creating. We wanted to make sure that the passion from these workers was reflected in the right way. exactly what we do in our workplace and what we do. Our union is how leaders can listen to our collective voice.”

With the help of CWA, the plan is focused on providing a “workplace where all workers can thrive and set a new standard for workers across the industry in the future.” future.” The game workers union also wants to make sure employees don’t fall into a “crunch” situation, it wants leadership to “communicate openly and regularly about any decisions that will affect their employees’ working lives.” “, to ensure that quality testers receive “appropriate compensation, and professional development opportunities, “for being an essential” role in the development process. “The team also wants every Social classes are heard by superiors by “empowering underrepresented voices.”

“We ask that the management of Raven Software and Activision voluntarily recognize our alliance and respect our right to organize without retaliation or interference.” GWA said. “We look forward to working together with the leadership to create a healthy and prosperous working environment for everyone, to develop successful and sustainable products, and to support the enjoyment of of the player.”

Earlier this week, Microsoft announced plans to acquire Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion, one of the Biggest purchase of all timeespecially in the game industry.

https://www.vg247.com/raven-software-quality-assurance-workers-are-unionizing Raven Software QA staff is consolidating

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