- Dec 1, 2010
Huh? That wasn't in quotes, that's something the author of the article added in there, not the guy from CDPR.I like how everyone talks about how they are getting paid... Based on the way the management worded it they wouldn't be if they had a choice. The fact that the company response is due to Polish laws we will be paying everyone overtime.
If a company came out and stated our product will not kill children because laws in the USA prohibit us from selling poison to children that take away wouldn't be their product is safe the take way is why do they need to state that they are not going to kill kids? Do they want to kill kids? If they could poison and kill kids would they?
All they had to say is that we will be compensating our employees for working overtime and stop there, the added because we are forced to by law doesn't make it sounds like they have the employee's best interest at heart.
Disclaimer: The text in green is a comment I added in for clarification, neither CDPR or the author said it, just to be clear (I hope?)“Starting today, the entire (development) studio is in overdrive,” Badowski wrote, elaborating that this meant “your typical amount of work and one day of the weekend.” <- Note the end of the quote here. The extra work would be paid, as required by Polish labor laws. Many other video game studios don’t pay for overtime.