I am truly saddened that Nike has allowed it's brand to be tarnished so much by the behaviors and decisions of leadership at key levels, not just the executives. The brand represented a lot to me as an athlete and as a former employee. My experience there was of tons of learning, fun times and pushing for the next greatest deliverable and yet at the same time extreme burn-out, lack of values at leadership (VP and Sr Dir), enabled s-xism from a few leaders, and lack of connection with leaders on down. 50+ hour work weeks would be considered underperforming, when most of us were putting in far more and taking calls evenings, weekends and holidays. I never formally issued an HR complaint, however, I did make the mistake of having a frank conversation of the s-xual harassment happening with a member of my leadership team, only to have it fall back on me despite my track record of never having this issue before as well as my track record of extremely positive 360 feedback and consistently delivering above expectations. Some in the ranks of Sr Director are still present when they should have been fired long ago from lack of competence, employee burn-out and HR filings. Take a look at travel expenses and compare that to employee education and training. To be frank, it is appalling to see the amount spent on travel for a select few while core employees are not getting training tied to career paths or employee growth.