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Ubisoft Singapore employees face a ‘French ceiling,’ report says

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In November 2020, Ubisoft Singapore managing director Hugues Ricour was removed from his post following a leadership audit sparked by a Gamasutra report of abuse and misconduct throughout Ubisoft. Ricour had been accused of sexual harassment by multiple sources, according to the report, and anyone who complained faced workplace repercussions that went ignored by Ubi’s HR department.

A new report by Kotaku goes deeper into the working conditions at the studio both under and after Ricour’s leadership, with multiple accounts of serious issues including failures to address sexual harassment complaints, pay disparities between local and expatriate employees, and a “French ceiling” (Ubisoft is based in Paris) that makes it difficult for employees from other countries to advance.

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