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Ubisoft fires Creative Director Of Assassins Creed Valhalla!

As we know that, in the past, many women executives of Ubisoft came forward. They spoke about their problems with the harassment and difficulties they were facing. They accused many executives of sexual harassment. And now more accusations against the executives have come forward. As a result, they had to leave the company Ubisoft.

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Ubisoft fires an Executive.

The former creative director, Ashraf Ismail, for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla got fired by Ubisoft, says the Bloomberg reports. In June, Ismael stepped down for his hole and took a leave of absence when a fan accused him of lying about his marital status to have a romantic relationship with her.

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When the investigations were done in this regard, he was dismissed from Ubisoft and therefore is no longer an employee. Also, the company has sent individual messages to the employees that they have terminated the employment of Ismail.

After the investigation, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot announced that they would be changing several things to make the environment work healthier. This also consists of giving bonuses to the team leads who can create a positive and healthy environment at work.

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Also, many executives have either resigned or departed from the company in recent weeks who were accused of professional misconduct and harassment. During the same week, three top executives, along with chief creative officer Serge Hascoët. He departed from the company following recent allegations of inappropriate behavior.

Also, very recently, Tommy François, the VP for editorial and creative services, had to leave the company. He had to do so when he was accused of sexual harassment.

Therefore, Ubisoft is looking forward to taking serious steps against an unhealthy work environment.

 

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