A new survey of video game workers across 29 countries by UNI Global Union, with the support of FES Future of Work and Verdi, confirms that low pay (66%), excessive work hours (43%), inadequate benefits (43%), and workplace discrimination and/or sexual harassment (35%), among other work-related issues, are the driving forces behind employee dissatisfaction and their desire to form a union in the workplace.
Furthermore, according to the report, the vast majority of respondents (79%) expressed support or strong support for unionizing their workplace.
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