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Ubisoft’s new chief people officer will work to ensure its “culture is anchored in safety, respect, and well-being”

Ubisoft has appointed a new chief people officer to ensure its “workplace culture is anchored in safety, respect, and well-being”.

Anika Grant – who has previously held senior HR roles at Dyson and Uber – will also oversee “global recruiting, talent management, and leadership development” and reports directly to co-founder and CEO Yves Guillemot.

“I am very happy to welcome Anika Grant as our new Chief People Officer. Her energy, optimism and breadth of experience will be great assets to keep evolving our approach to HR and talent management,” Guillemot said in a statement (thanks, The Gamer).

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Ubisoft has appointed a new chief people officer to ensure its “workplace culture is anchored in safety, respect, and well-being”.

Anika Grant – who has previously held senior HR roles at Dyson and Uber – will also oversee “global recruiting, talent management, and leadership development” and reports directly to co-founder and CEO Yves Guillemot.

“I am very happy to welcome Anika Grant as our new Chief People Officer. Her energy, optimism and breadth of experience will be great assets to keep evolving our approach to HR and talent management,” Guillemot said in a statement (thanks, The Gamer).

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