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WE BELIEVE IN THE INSPIRATIONAL POWER OF SPORT TO BREAK DOWN BARRIERS, OVERCOME DIFFERENCES AND BRING PEOPLE TOGETHER.

To serve every athlete individually and completely, across hundreds of countries where we do business, we need teams that truly reflect the diversity of our consumers and a culture of inclusivity that respects the communities in which we live and work. We will foster inclusion and embrace diversity throughout our business, our teams and our culture to bring us closer to the consumer, empower our employees to realize their full potential and create breakthrough innovations for athletes.

  • Highest viewed film in Nike's history with 24 million views in 24 hours

  • 370 Million impressions (+ 100 million impressions on TV to date)

  • received 92% positive sentiment

  • Aired during the Grammys, yielding 26 million impressions

LEARN MORE ABOUT NIKE SUPPORT FOR EQUALITY

Employee Networks

Nike Employee Networks serve to advance the development of employees and demonstrate our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion in the global communities where we live and work. In partnership with our employee networks, we raise cultural awareness through heritage month celebrations like Women’s History Month and Latino Heritage month and also through product collections like Black History Month, BETRUE and N7.

  • Ability & Friends Network

  • Asia Pacific & Friends Network

  • Black Employee & Friends Network

  • Latino & Friends Network

  • LGBTQ+ & Friends Network

  • Nike Military Veterans & Friends Network

  • Native American & Friends Network

  • Women of Nike & Friends Network

Nike by the Numbers

  • Over 50% of Nike U.S. employees identify as non-white

  • Global ratio of female to male managers has remained steady (41% female / 59% male)

  • Racial and ethnic diversity in Nike’s management team increased by 50% since 2012

  • Racial and ethnic diversity represents 60% of NIKE’s Leadership & management Growth in the U.S. since 2011

NIKE, inc. employee & manager totals by gender (global)

  • Global Employees FY15

  • Gender Global Employees for Fiscal Year 2015
    Female 48%
    Male 51%
  • Global Managers FY15

  • Gender Global Managers for Fiscal Year 2015
    Female 41%
    Male 59%
Gender Global Employees for Fiscal Year 2015 Global Managers for Fiscal Year 2015
Female 48% 41%
Male 51% 59%

NIKE, inc. employee totals by ETHNICITY (U.S.)

Employee Totals by Ethnicity FY15

Ethnicity Percentage of Nike employees that identify as that ethnicity
White 48%
Black or African American 21%
Hispanic/Latino 18%
Asian 7%
Two or More Races 4%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 1%
American Indian or Alaskan Native < 1%
Unknown < 1%
Mark Parker
"At Nike, we believe that diversity fosters creativity and accelerates innovation. We value the unique backgrounds and experiences everyone brings, and want all who join us to realize their full potential. Because different perspectives can fuel the best ideas, we are committed to a workplace that is increasingly diverse and inclusive."

Mark Parker, Chairman, President and CEO, NIKE, Inc.

NIKE AWARDS & ACCOLADES

  • Mogul

    Ranked #10
    Top 100 Companies for Millennial Women

  • CR Magazine

    Named Top 100 Best Corporate Citizen 2015 and 2016

  • Human Rights Campaign

    Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality, Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) Corporate Equality Index Perfect score every year since 2002

  • Glassdoor

    Ranked #6
    Top 25 most LGBT-friendly employers, 2014

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