Activision Blizzard, the largest video game company in the world, announced that it will be increasing its incentives for workers in order to maintain its culture. This is a direct response to the company’s recent layoffs. In a memo to employees, CEO Bobby Kotick said that “the best way to retain and reward our talent is to achieve sustained profitability and growth.” He also said that the company plans on investing in new games and platforms. These incentives come in the form of increased bonuses, stock options, and a new 401k matching program. This is great news for employees of the company, as it means they can save more money for retirement. It’s also a wise move by Activision Blizzard, as it helps them to compete with other companies that are offering similar benefits. The company is known for its great work/life balance, and this 401(k) matching program is another example of that. With this program in place, employees can save more money for retirement while still enjoying a great lifestyle. Kotick said that the company wants to “create an environment where our employees feel like they are part of something special and valued.” These changes will be implemented immediately.
The company stated that it is increasing employee incentives in order to keep up the good work and maintain its competitive edge. This is great news for the employees, who are now eligible for stock options, cash bonuses, and other benefits. The company is also making it easier for employees to move up the ladder, with more opportunities for promotion and leadership roles. All of this is part of Activision Blizzard’s effort to keep its employees happy and motivated. And it seems to be working: the company’s stock price has quadrupled in the past four years, and its games are some of the most popular in the world.
So if you’re an employee at Activision Blizzard,
Congratulations! You work for a company that values its employees and is willing to invest in their future.