Mission: Everything we do starts with our talent, their inspired creativity, and our commitment to excellence. We’re passionate about building big, immersive, story-filled worlds our audiences love to spend time in. Employees describe Activision Blizzard as an ...
Peers and colleagues great
Resource light - expect to do everything
A real us and them between upper management and the works
Yearly purge of staff perpetuates low morale
Advice to Management
Think about your key winning staff and reward them with more than words - show them the money
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Activision Blizzard (Surry Hills) in September 2009.
Interviewed with Marketing Director. Was asked about experience briefing agencies and design. Asked about my background and how it might apply to the position.
Very quick, talked monetary expectation and remained in line with theirs.
"This top video-game company is piecing together an entertainment empire. Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) shares have soared 356% over the last five years. The game maker has performed exceptionally well as the video-game industry shifts to digital distribution of games and as new investments in esports are starting to show great potential."
In 2016, the Call of Duty Endowment set an ambitious goal of placing 50K vets into high-quality jobs by 2019. This morning, we were honored to watch as Dan Goldenberg rang the Nasdaq opening bell to announce that we achieved our goal!
“The Call of Duty Endowment has exceeded expectations and continues to benefit the lives of veterans and their families, significantly giving back to those who sacrificed for others,” said Bobby Kotick, CEO of Activision Blizzard and co-founder of the Endowment. “With U.S. and U.K. veteran unemployment and underemployment challenges persisting, I am thrilled to advance our efforts with a new, ambitious goal of securing employment for 100,000 veterans by 2024.”
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