NEW YORK (AP) — Nike says a second high-level executive has left the sneaker company, a day after it said another executive was stepping down.
A Nike Inc. spokesman declined to say why Jayme Martin, a vice president at the company, had left.
The latest departure, first <a target=”—blank” href=”https://www.wsj.com/articles/second-nike-executive-leaves-in-wake-of-workplace-complaints-1521220142″>reported</a> by The Wall Street Journal, comes after the Beaverton, Oregon, company said Brand President Trevor Edwards would leave the company in August.
The Journal, citing anonymous sources, says CEO Mark Parker sent an internal memo this week that said the company had received complaints about inappropriate workplace behavior. The newspaper reported that the memo did not specify the nature of the complaints or whether they involved Edwards or other executives.