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Riot Games refuses to budge on arbitration for ongoing employee lawsuits, despite mass walkout
UPDATE 4.30PM In a fresh blog post on last week’s walkout, Riot has detailed two new measures it has put in place since.
First, there will be a new Diversity and Inclusion Rioters Council led by “engaged, thoughtful Rioters” to encourage discussions and highlight ways the company can improve. Second, Riot has invited “a diverse group” of staff to review the company’s Code of Conduct.
The blog describes the walkout as “an important moment in our company’s transformation”.
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