Paradox Interactive CEO Fredrik Wester says he will “not be involved directly” with the company after his contract expires in 2019.
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CEO Fredrik Wester of dox Interactive today emphasized that he would not be personally engaged in the company’s processing of employee maltreatment complaints. After a study revealed that almost half of the workers polled had encountered some kind of improper conduct, the company made the statement.
Wester’s decision is the consequence of an event from early 2018, in which he confesses to engaging in improper conduct with a Paradox employee.
“We had a company-wide conference at the beginning of 2018, and during this event, a Paradox employee was subjected to improper behavior from me directly. In a procedure evaluated by HR, I promptly and honestly apologized for this the following Monday in person “On Twitter, the CEO expressed himself.
“It was never my goal to make anybody feel uneasy in my presence, but that is exactly what occurred, much to my dismay. Following this incident, I’ve been working with my coach and mentor to better understand the consequences of my actions and to improve myself.”
Wester further emphasized that the event had nothing to do with his departure as CEO, which took place in 2018 and had been planned for more than six months before the incident.
“I realize that this makes my cause less credible when it comes to dealing with these problems internally, and as a result, I will not be personally engaged; it will be handled by HR at Paradox with external assistance, but with my full backing if required.”
“Again, I apologize for making someone in my vicinity feel uncomfortable and for the harm this caused. I’ll keep working to better not just myself, but also the work climate at both Paradox and in the industry as a whole.”
Following Ebba Ljungerud’s resignation earlier this month, Fredrik Wester took over as CEO of Paradox Interactive. After the survey’s results were made public, the publisher hired an independent firm to investigate possible discrimination and harassment incidents, believing that the information gathered would aid in bringing about “significant change.”
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There have been speculations and debates regarding my involvement in this atmosphere in the aftermath of the recently leaked survey to the press, citing a particular event in 2018. I’d want to throw some light on this in the interest of openness and clarity. Accountability begins at the very top.
September 13, 2021 — Fredrik Wester (@TheWesterFront)
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