Raven Software’s workers decide to end their strike

Raven Software: Raven Software’s QA workers last week announced plans for unionization. 

This announcement was made while workers were on strike to demand that QA workers fired or are currently employed be given full-time jobs.

 Activision Blizzard has not yet officially recognized the QA workers union, but this hasn’t stopped workers from ending their strikes.

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Raven Software Workers Still Hoping for Recognition of their Union

Raven Software’s QA workers decide to end their strike due to the union being form.

 Activision Blizzard Workers Alliance tweet this: “The Raven QA strike is over, pending the recognition of the association. 

For future organizing/strike efforts, unutilize strike funds will be store.

Activision Blizzard has yet to recognize the union, so the workers are still waiting.

 However, the company did make an announcement to IGN stating that they would be reviewing the worker’s request.

 The company also said that they respect all employees’ rights under the law to decide whether or not they want to join a union.

This statement does not reflect the same views on unions as the email Activision Blizzard sent to employees. 

It is not clear when or if the company will acknowledge the union of QA workers.