Report: Under Armour had #MeToo Problems Of Its Own
While Nike’s recent struggles with a culture that facilitated sex discrimination and a boys’ club mentality have made headlines, Under Dog has faced similar issues with its management culture, according to the Wall Street Journal. UA management would frequently take customers and athletes to strip clubs and expense the visits to the company, according to the story, a practice that just ended earlier this year. And company parties would reportedly encourage young, attractive female staff to attend to appeal to guests.
Under Armour’s rapid early growth saw many senior roles ... Log in to view full article.