, Jakarta – Nintendo has finally started setting a new policy regarding service and repair services on Nintendo Switch. Nintendo’s policy will be to refuse to provide a warranty, if the user is caught committing acts of violence both physically and verbally against his staff.
With this policy, it is hoped that users can be more polite and respect other people considering that Japan still upholds Eastern culture where etiquette and politeness are very high like other Asian countries.
Nintendo Will Deny Warranty When Users Abuse Its Staff
Reported from Kyodo News which was later compiled by VGC, Nintendo strongly condemns all acts of violence committed by all its users to its staff for those who want to make improvements to the Switch hardware. The regulation was updated last October.
“Please do not do anything that is outside the norm of courtesy and etiquette when you want to apply for hardware services to all of our staff. ” he wrote in the policy. “And if we are caught taking such action, we will refuse all your requests, both in terms of repair or replacement of product units.” The connection.
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“In addition, if the actions taken actually endanger them, the company will contact the police and other legal institutions for further processing.” This statement proves that the protection of its employees is guaranteed and prioritized by Nintendo itself.
Here are the types of actions that are strictly prohibited by Nintendo when you want to service on the Switch,
Intimidation and threats Comments insulting or demeaning personal staff ( Ad Hominem ) Touching the privacy of staff Excessive demands on staff Excessively repeating the same requests Defaming staff and then spreading them on social media or company websites And so on that are not written on Nintendo’s official website
Actually, the rule is not officially written in the country’s law that customers are prohibited from committing immoral acts to staff in Japan. However, some companies have incorporated it into their regulations for the protection of their entire staff.
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Nintendo Headquarters in Japan
Overall, the steps taken by Nintendo certainly received a very good response from many parties, one of them from the Ministry of Health, Labor (Naker), and Welfare of Japan, he also said that this was very effective in preventing acts of violence against employees.
Hiromi Ikeuchi as Professor of Social Psychology at Kansai University said that social media is now so toxic (unsafe) which is evidenced by the many posts that corner personal in various circles, as well as changes in consumer attitudes in recent years and what he concludes is true. existence.
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