Watchdog probes Ubisoft Singapore over alleged sexual harassment, workplace discrimination

Reports about sexual harassment and workplace discrimination at Ubisoft Singapore were published in July.
Reports about sexual harassment and workplace discrimination at Ubisoft Singapore were published in July. PHOTO: UBISOFT SINGAPORE/FACEBOOK

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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