Sumary of Activision hires new executives after a workplace culture lawsuit.:
- Activision Blizzard, the company behind popular games like Call of Duty, said on Tuesday that it was hiring two executives, including a new head of human resources, as part of an effort to build a more inclusive workplace and grow revenue.
- Julie Hodges, a senior vice president at the Walt Disney Company, will become Activision’s new chief people officer, the company said in a statement.
- Sandeep Dube, a senior vice president at Delta Air Lines, will fill the role of chief commercial officer.
- In July, Activision was sued by a California employment agency, which said the company had fostered a “frat boy workplace culture” in which women were routinely harassed and discriminated against.