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Gamefam Settles With NLRB Over Pay Complaint

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As reported by Polygon, video game publisher Gamefam have settled a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and will pay game developer Joshua DeBoer $5,000 as part of the settlement and remind employees of their workers’ rights.

This stems from allegations that DeBoer discussed workers’ pay and after discussing it with several employees came to the conclusion they were all being paid below the average market-rate salaries. After this, DeBoer went to company CEO Joe Ferencz in which Frencz allegedly responded “Do you think it’s good to go among your colleagues and spread dissafaction? You need to be seen as a leader if you want to stay here long.”

This concern was filed with the NLRB back in January and DeBoer had been on paid leave.


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