Nike’s head of range leaves amid office tradition reform efforts

A pedestrian walks past an advertisement for Nike in Mumbai, India.

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A pedestrian walks previous an commercial for Nike in Mumbai, India.

Nike’s head of range and inclusion has left the corporate, the sportswear retailer instructed CNBC on Monday, marking the most recent government departure on the firm.

Antoine Andrews joined Nike in 2015, in line with his LinkedIn profile. He was beforehand the worldwide range and inclusion director at Symantec.

His departure comes after current turnover in Nike’s ranks. Final month, Nike CEO Mark Parker despatched a memo to workers concerning inappropriate office allegations and a subsequent shakeup in Nike’s government ranks.

The memo mentioned that Nike model president Trevor Edwards, lengthy considered as Parker’s successor, could be resigning after 25 years with the corporate. A day later, Jayme Martin, vice chairman and common supervisor of world classes, was ousted from the corporate.

Andrews’ exit comes as the corporate is making an attempt to alter its office tradition. Earlier this month, Nike’s human assets chief Monique Matheson despatched a memo to workers about how the sportswear large “has failed to realize traction” in hiring and selling extra girls and minorities to senior-level positions.

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