You may have noticed this news across your social media feeds over the past few days, if not - you're likely in for a sad surprise. Kotaku recently published a story 'exposing' behind-the-scenes happenings in Australian branches of the game retail chain EB Games, covering topics such as unpaid overtime, sexual harassment, verbal abuse and more.
Focused mainly around one district manager by the name of Mark DiStefano, employee accounts within this article covered topics ranging from racial slurs, barrages of abuse, tears and more. Other accounts discussed rejected sexual harassment claims due to the lack of an internal HR department and 'forced' unpaid labor - threatening employees with a cut back on casual hours if unpaid work was not completed regularly.
EB Games management told Kotaku that they comply "with all Fair Work Australia's rules and regulations," with no pressing statements being spotted by the company just yet. Brandishing an extremely active Twitter, this may be one place to stay tuned for official updates from EB itself.
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