According to people familiar with the matter, two senior executives have been dismissal, behind which is the internal crisis of gender discrimination and improper personnel management in Nike group.
Mark Parker, who dismissed Nike’s global human resources executive vice president David Al (David Ayre) in July 2017, fired two executives including CEO successors in March this year, with a clear determination that the internal management of the giant enterprise needs to rival its turnover.
“We need to change,” in March 20th, only 5 days after the announcement of management changes, hundreds of employees listened to the company’s message on the topic at Tiger Woods Center at Nike headquarters.
In this activity, Nike has been advocacy for its male employees to maintain a more harmonious relationship with their female colleagues. The reason is simple, the Wall Street Journal said that Nike women employees not only did not enjoy equal pay for equal work, but one of the most important reasons for the two top executives to quit was that they were shielding women.