Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot sent a memo to employees detailing how the company plans to rework its “solutions and tools [that] detect, report, and resolve any incident or serious problem” after numerous allegations against Ubisoft workers have come to light.
“I have gathered all of my direct reports to address this subject and your feedback,” Guillemot wrote in a memo originally reported on by Business Insider. “I would like us to thoroughly review all of our systems so that these types of situations cannot happen again.”
Guillemot didn’t specifically mention sexual harassment in the memo despite Ubisoft being at the center of many allegations over the last week. The company suspended vice presidents Tommy François and Maxime Béland after an internal investigation into several claims of misconduct according to a Bloomberg report. The two were responsible for overseeing worldwide development of the studio’s games.