Nintendo says it's "actively investigating" the most recent misconduct allegations

Nintendo says it's "actively investigating" the most recent misconduct allegations ...

Yesterday, Kotaku issued a report containing a fresh round of charges against Nintendo of America as well as contracting company Aston Carter.

The same outlet has now received an internal letter (sent by NoA President Doug Bowser to employees) addressing the "media coverage" involving allegations about worker conduct.

Here's what Bowser had to say:

We have established rigorous procedures that protect our employees and associates from inappropriate behavior and we expect everyone who works for or with us to follow these guidelines to the letter. We will continue to investigate any allegations we discover, and we are actively investigating these most recent ones.

Please remember that our HR teams are here to assist you. If you encounter, have experienced, witness, or have witnessed anything concerning such behavior that is contrary to our Standards of Conduct, Employee Handbook, or Company Values, please immediately contact your HR Business Partner.

In May, NoA's president sent an internal letter to employees claiming "alleged working conditions at Nintendo." You can read more about the latest misconduct allegations in the article we ran on Nintendo Life yesterday.

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[source kotaku.com]