Following an investigation into alleged workplace negligence at Ubisoft Singapore, the Tripartite Coalition for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP) will not take action against the developer and has closed the case.
Last year, we learned that the studio behind the Skull & Bones movie was delayed,Ubisoft Singapore, under investigation for workplace discrimination, after TAFEP received anonymous complaints from employees about sexual harassment and misconduct in the workplace.
Now, the investigation is over and TAFEP found that Ubisoft has a structured system for handling any reports of workplace misconduct and noted that previous reports have also been handled. appropriately.
Ubisoft added that its Singapore studio has also appointed a third-party consulting firm to review the company’s salary structure. TAFEP said that Ubisoft “does not disadvantage Singaporeans based on nationality or race” and that a “structured process” is in place to compensate workers.
According to TAFEP: “The findings suggest that employee pay is based on performance and that there are valid reasons for the disparity, such as differences in experience or seniority.”
“We have adopted best practices at Ubisoft Singapore to ensure a safe, respectful, inclusive and equal workplace for all members of our team,” said Darryl Long, managing director at Ubisoft Singapore. our group. We will continue to strive to be an exemplary employer in Singapore and the region, one that attracts and retains the best talent and creates great games that enrich lives. lives of our players. ”
After widespread allegations were leveled at Ubisoft last year, a representative told VG247 that the company has “made major changes to the organization, internal processes and procedures” to create “a safe, inclusive and respectful work environment for all team members.”
The official Singapore government agency seems to agree that acceptable changes have also been made.
https://www.vg247.com/ubisoft-singapore-responds-to-findings-of-tafep-workplace-misconduct-investigation Ubisoft Singapore responds to TAFEP’s workplace misconduct investigation results