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Labour Relations in the Video Game Sector

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A great article in today's Guardian:

A team of Canadian researchers including Marie-Josee Legault, Johanna Weststar and Pierson Browne are currently examining work experiences and quality of life in the industry . . .
"Crunch is less of a problem than it was in 2004, but it remains an intrinsic part of development culture. Better management, increased worker organisation and a more diverse staff base may well be the way out; but this being the games industry, it won’t happen without a fight."

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Updated 02-20-2015 at 09:08 PM by E-Male

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  1. Skud's Avatar
    If you were talking about rape or sexual assault I wouldn't mind you saying "trigger warning" - but using it to poke fun at people based on another forum thread seems entirely petty, don't you think? Or do you not understand the implications of a "trigger warning" on a blog post?
  2. E-Male's Avatar
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