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Anonymous shared this review of Nike, United States on May 7th, 2021
"Can be a great place to grow, has a lot of positives, but still underlying 'opportunities' and challenges. "
Anonymous shared this review of Nike, United States on Dec 26th, 2020
"It's nice to see many women in senior leadership positions"
Anonymous shared this review of Nike, United States on Nov 20th, 2020
"Great place to gain experience in a short amount of time."
Anonymous shared this review of Nike, United States on Sep 25th, 2020
"there's a specific type that gets promoted and it's hard to get beyond first level management if you don't have a corporate mentor helping behind the scenes"
Anonymous shared this review of Nike, United States on Sep 23rd, 2020
"Make sure you play the political game and beware that they encourage you to speak up and share, but they really only want that when you have good things to say."
Anonymous shared this review of Nike, United States on Sep 21st, 2020
"Be prepared for the old boys club to really show."
Anonymous shared this review of Nike, United States on Jul 28th, 2020
"I saw glimpses of a really great place to work all the time. The challenge is that they weren't consistent. Some teams/departments were amazing, others were a total nightmare. Be careful, they are not fond of brilliant women. If you are not the go along to get along type, this may not be the place for you."
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on Feb 7th, 2019
"There are still times that the company feels like a boys' club however these issues are now being addressed"
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on Sep 7th, 2018
"Great opportunity for contributing to a company that sponsors and supports arguably the greatest female athletes ever. Be ready for some challenging culture changes internally as the traditionally male dominated leadership learns what it means to not only speak about equality but live it as well."
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on Aug 21st, 2018
"ASK for what you want/ need, you might be surprised and get it. (Don't just turn down without a conversation.) "
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on Mar 31st, 2018
"Join the employee networks to meet other women and minorities, and spend 5% of your time networking. Nike is all about relationships (like many companies), and forging good bonds with people outside your day job is the key to mobility and new opportunities."
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on Jan 31st, 2018
"I feel that men and women are treated equally at this organization. There are female leaders at almost every level. While Nike has it's issues, they aren't gender based. "
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on Jan 18th, 2018
"Nike is great when you are young and able to give it everything you have. Do it when you're young!"
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on Aug 22nd, 2017
"Don't be timid. Showcase yours skills and don't be afraid to provide your point of view."
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on Aug 10th, 2017
"Even in tech leadership, as a woman I was respected and never felt any reconsideration due to my sex. Lots of women leaders with strong voices. "
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on Jul 22nd, 2017
"Flex time is understood for family circumstances. There are not a lot of women at the very top at Nike, as the hours and time commitment required for that level of achievement does not leave a lot of room for family or personal life."
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on Feb 9th, 2017
"They have wonderful benefits. Working there long term has it set benefits"
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on May 25th, 2016
"It's not a great place to be a working mom. "
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on May 16th, 2016
"Nike HR is there to protect Nike first, employee happiness is secondary. There is so much irony, in that Nike is a leader in most spaces yet lags in familiy benefits. Nike's mission is to enable human potential, yet the company is not there for the employee at the level I am seeing other companies support. Recent Family Care announcement is progress, but feels like "just enough" to stave off bad press."
Anonymous shared this review of Nike on May 13th, 2016
"Nike, specifically at WHQ, is a very family friendly environment. So many young people work here that are just starting their families that it's very common for people to make accomodations for those who need to leave and tend to little ones. Also, you can't walk through campus without seeing more than a few pregnant ladies and babies on walks with the daycare teachers! In addition to that you'll see plenty of women in management and leadership positions. I feel like it's a very balanced environment where you can clearly see paths into leadership. Far from an old boy's club!"
"Culture is changing"
"The company is great, and I was treated well. However, in regards to upper level promotions, you might have to fight hard. There is definitely a glass ceiling of sorts."
"They care about women and lgbt."
"Very competition driven work environment."
"There are a lot of women at Nike, at the Manager level and below. However, the boys network insures that the guys bring their cronies with them for the ride to the top. They count on women, for sure, in support job...."get shit done" in Nike speak. They then are free to head off to a soccer game or a pub, because the women are staying behind doing the work, making them look good."
"Ive been here 12 years. Lots of Women, imbalance depending on the departments. Have an internal network for women, pretty cool and inspiring but not necessarily supportive. Overall good company for women."
"Hard work, competitive but really good fun and rewarding."
"The ability to move up to senior leadership roles does exist for women, however, they are typically those that mesh with the company culture, can travel for a week or more at a time, and get along well with the boys at the top!"
"It's more about who you know versus what you know working here. There's a hierarchy and to get to the top it can be somewhat intimidating. Men and women are treated fairly equal, but entry level employees are put in their place and are frequently reminded that they aren't at the top and don't have the benefits of senior employees."