Yesterday, the president of Nintendo of America, Doug Bowser, sent an internal letter to employees acknowledging “media coverage that includes allegations of worker behavior.” “We have investigated and will always investigate any allegations we have become aware of, and are actively investigating these latest allegations,” he wrote.
This message that Kotaku Watch it and share it with us by source Kotaku He confirmed that he currently works with Nintendo, and posted to the company’s internal SharePoint account. (Kotaku He also confirmed the authenticity of the letter with two other current Nintendo employees.) In the letter, Bowser reassured current employees that Nintendo was taking the allegations seriously.
“We have strict policies designed to protect our employees and partners from inappropriate behavior and we expect full compliance with these policies by all who work with or with us.” Doug Books. “We have made and will always investigate any allegations we become aware of, and are actively investigating these latest allegations.”
Bowser’s message was posted on the same day that Kotaku Publish an investigative report About female entrepreneurs who were sexually harassed while working as game labs at Nintendo of America’s Redmond, Washington headquarters. Our sources accused two managers who worked or worked for Nintendo of workplace misconduct, and the report described an internal workplace culture that was like a “brothers’ house.”
Last November, the buggy Condemns sexual harassment The allegations in Activision Blizzard are “disturbing and disturbing,” saying that “[sexual harassment and toxicity] conflict with my values as well as Nintendo’s beliefs, values, and policies.” Several days later, Nintendo updated a file Corporate Governance Document With a commitment to increase the number of female directors in the company.
“Please remember that our HR teams are here to support you,” Bowser wrote. “If you encounter, experience, witness, or witness anything related to such behavior that is contrary to the Standards of Conduct, the Employee Handbook, or the Company’s values, please contact your HR business partner immediately.” Kotaku I contacted Nintendo for comment, but had not received any by the time of publication.