Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATVI) which happens to be one of the world’s leading standalone interactive entertainment providers has received recognition on Fortunes “100 Best Companies to Work For®” listing this year. Activision Blizzard this time around stands at position 66 and this follows the two consecutive years earlier on when it made its way to the to one of the top positions.
Bobby Kotick who happens to be the company’s CEO in a statement said that they are trying their level best to see to it that they are able to achieve their dream of bringing on board the best talent. Hiring top talents is always the secret behind helping any company cruise through newer heights of economic success.
The top executive happens to be a firm believer in the company’s mission which seeks to inspire play, connect people from different backgrounds as well as help come up with good working conditions to help them serve customers in the most amazing fashion.
From a survey carried out recently, most of the company’s employees expressed their joy in working for the company. They added to say that they feel so proud telling other people that they work for the high end company and that it is much fun working in such a welcoming and friendly place.
One would most probably wonder what the secret behind this is! Activision Blizzard over the many spans of years offering best quality goods and services has been able to win hearts with its culture which promotes inclusivity and creativity and it of course goes without saying that quite a large number of people would happily work in such an environment.
The company’s creativity is evident from the way it has successfully enabled its audiences connect with its characters as well as its franchises. The expansion of its global esports footprint by provider is attributed to its successful acquisition of Major League Gaming as well as the unveiling of the esports division. Activision Blizzard, Inc. is currently laying down important strategies to help it move forward in terms of fostering development and expansion.