Watchdog probes Ubisoft Singapore over alleged sexual harassment, workplace discrimination

Reports about sexual harassment and workplace discrimination at Ubisoft Singapore were published in July. PHOTO: UBISOFT SINGAPORE/FACEBOOK
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SINGAPORE - The national watchdog for fair employment practices is investigating the Singapore office of French video-game developer Ubisoft - of Assassin's Creed fame - over claims of sexual harassment and workplace discrimination.

This is even as the multinational corporation emphasised its commitment to developing local talent and said it has employed a third-party agency to handle workplace complaints and anonymous feedback from whistle-blowers.

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