Ubisoft nominated Anika Grant is the company’s new CPOThis is part of the French firm’s effort to reorganize its human resources department. Grant is the former director of human resources at Uber and will yet lead the company’s reorganization Scandals Linked to the sexual behaviors of leaders of different companies.
Ubisoft said: “Anika will work on Improve the internal culture of the company It will ensure safety, respect and well-being, allowing every team member to learn, grow and thrive.19 years of experience in human resource management In large organizations active in various sectors. ”
Grant served as the director of global human resources in global markets for Dyson, and previously spent three years at Uber as a senior director of human resources. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said: “I am very pleased to welcome Anika Grant as the new Chief Operating Officer. Her energy, optimism and experience will be a great added value allowing us to further develop our approach to human resource management. Managing internal talent. By working alongside me, Anika’s mission will be her. Coordinate all our HR teams to ensure a file A strong shared vision and implementation of innovative working methods. ”
It is then clarified that Grant will also focus on “enhancing the company’s internal culture, and ensuring that teams can grow healthily in an environment that promotes respect, diversity, inclusiveness and collective well-being”.
All of this, as mentioned, is part of The company’s effort to solve internal problems It came to light last year when several employees revealed that they had been sexually assaulted and mistreated and worked in toxic environments at several Ubisoft studios.
We also recently found out that narrative director Darby McDevitt has left Ubisoft.
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