Swedish tech news site Breakit is reporting some grim news from within Swedish publisher Paradox. A leaked document, created by unions Unionen and Sveriges, suggests a discriminatory workplace at Paradox, where almost half of employees report they’ve experienced “abusive/incorrect treatment.”
The survey, conducted by the Swedish unions, spoke to 133 of the 400-ish employees at the company, and alleges 44 percent said they’d experienced some form of “mistreatment”. Of those surveyed, 26 percent were women, where the statistics are much worse: there 69 percent said they had “experienced abusive treatment,” according to the report.
Breakit goes on to say—translated by Google Translate—the leaked survey results claim a “culture of silence” at the company, with “almost no one who has experienced abusive treatment” feeling that the issues were satisfactorily resolved.
This all comes just days after the surprise…