TIGA, the trade association representing the UK video games industry, has published a Bullying and Harassment policy for games businesses.
Produced in partnership with law firm Weightmans LLP, the document offers a template bullying and harassment policy for games businesses. TIGA wants the UK to be the best place in the world to develop video games, which is why it is important to ensure that all working environments are free from all forms of bullying and harassment.
The document offers a range of policies that can be adopted by games businesses. Its guidance relates to harassment and bullying, formal complaints, internal investigations, appeals processes, and disciplinary action.
Games businesses should contact email@example.com for a free copy.
Dr Richard Wilson OBE, TIGA Chief Executive Officer said:
“At TIGA, we are committed to making the UK the best place in the world for video games development. That is why we have published this policy template to ensure everyone has a safe and respectful working environment.
“Our industry relies on teams to develop innovative games that allow us to compete on a global level. It is only right that we provide a supportive working environment that allows everyone to flourish.
“We trust that games businesses will find our guide helpful. I would like to thank Weightmans LLP for working with TIGA to producet the template policy.”
TIGA is the network for games developers and digital publishers and the trade association representing the video games industry. Our core purpose is to strengthen the games development and digital publishing sector. We achieve this by campaigning for the industry in the corridors of power, championing the industry in the media and helping our members commercially.
TIGA is intent on building an enduring organisation which continually improves; a business that will make a significant impact on the games industry and so benefit our membership and the wider economy. Since 2010, TIGA has won 24 business awards, an achievement which reflects TIGA’s drive for improvement and to meet best practice.
For more information visit: www.tiga.org
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