Two leading Ubisoft execs depart during sexual harassment stunt

Two top Ubisoft execs leave during sexual harassment probe

MONTREAL — two leading executives from among the world’s biggest gambling businesses have abandoned the business through an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment and misuse.

Last month, French company Ubisoft — whose goods contain Assassin’s Creed — started an investigation following allegations of sexual harassment and assault were shared on the internet.

CEO Yves Guillemot wrote in an article to the organization’s 18,000 workers late Friday who Maxime Beland, vice-president of editorial Toronto, had resigned.

“We continue to look into the allegations made by him” Guillemot additional, without specifying that the allegations.

Tommy Francois, vice-president of all editorial and innovative solutions established in Paris, has been put on disciplinary leave”pending the results of an investigation,” Guillemot stated in the message found by AFP.

Another unnamed worker in the Toronto studio was ignored for”participating in behaviours which don’t align with what’s expected of Ubisoft workers,” he explained.

“Additional investigations are continuing and will be run rigorously”

“We cannot tolerate workplace misconduct and will keep on taking disciplinary actions against anyone who engages in discrimination, harassment and other behaviours that infringe our Code of Fair Conduct.”

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Ubisoft is the newest participant in the gambling sector to be the goal of harassment offenses.

Back in June, former and current workers used social websites lately to denounce predatory behavior by strong managers.