We are behind a series of NetherRealm employee forms sharing shadow accounts or working in the studio, the injustice duck Deadly Kombat The developer is committed to investigate your claims.
In a statement to Variety, a spokesperson for NetherRealm said:
At NetherRealm Studios, we appreciate and respect all of our employees and prioritize the creation of a positive work experience. As an equal opportunity employer, we foster diversity and constantly take steps to reduce crisis time for our employees. We are looking for all things, if we take these matters very seriously and we are always working to improve the environment of our company. There are confidential ways for employees to raise any concerns or problems.
The accusations against NetherRealm go far beyond the crisis. According to a recent US Gamer report, the study hired temporary workers who were looking to enter the gaming industry and put them in "no box, no windows" rooms. They were paid little to encourage them to work overtime for more pay.
The head of the study, Shaun Himmerick, was appointed specifically by some former employees who related their distressing experiences. An employee alleged that injustice It leaked online in Himmerick humiliating and yelling at the staff, and threatening them with legal action and a blacklist in the industry.
Before the US Gamer report, various forms of employees took to social networks to claim that they were often harbaded and forced to work on weekends. At least two employees tried to take legal action, which resulted in the termination of their contracts.
"I've never been more aware of my gender and insignificance in a workplace," quality control badyst Rebecca Rothschild Customs Variety. "I left with the scars and the fear of an industry that I deeply love. I do not like being news. I just want the administration to at least consider the other side and try to be better. "
We will continue to update our readers as this story unfolds.[Source: Variety]