Kotaku’s eye-opening expose of EB Games

On Monday, Kotaku’s Mark Serrels published a lengthy piece on the difficult experiences of staff working at Australian EB Games stores. The article also echoes a story published on the Sydney Morning Herald’s site in May with similar information to what was reported in Serrels’ article.

EB Games have officially responded to the articles stating their commitment to the wellbeing of their staff, but no other details have been disclosed at this stage.

For those curious I’d highly recommend reading the original article linked above and going through the comments to see how others have responded.

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  1. I have a few friends who are working, and have worked at EB for years at a time, so this is really interesting and a bit shocking to hear. People need to learn their rights in the workplace, and it is hard for younger people who pretty much just do what they are told because they don’t want to cause an upset. They also need to know who to contact outside of the company if you are not getting anywhere with higher management internally.
    The replies are interesting, and it looks like it’s just the luck of the draw if you get a good manager or not. Plus some people are just jerks.

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