Nikesubirá salary to more than 7,000 employees and review how it grants bonuses to reduce wage gap between men and women, as CNBC network advanced today.
The internal document states that company has proposed to revise way in which it grants premiums and decided for future to readjust salaries of 10% of its workers, men and women, to ensure that y all charge same for same work.
The company ensures that for next fiscal year it will pay premiums to its workers according to overall performance instead of current scale, which also takes into account individual and team performance.
This change comes months after Nike, in middle of wave of MeToo campaign, saw how some of its workers raised ir voices against wage discrimination and little diligence in dealing with cases of sexual abuse, leading some AL to resign.
In May, CEO of firm, Mark Parker, apologized for promoting a culture that discriminated against part of his team and for not having taken seriously some complaints from employees. He also appointed two women, Amy Montagne and Kellie Leonard, vice president of company and director of diversity and inclusion, respectively.Share in Facebook share on Twitter OtrosCerrarCompartir at LinkedinCompartir on GooglePlusCompartir on Pinterest