If you were in charge, what would you do to make Nike a better place to work?
Manufacturing is the front line of Nike products, especially the shoes. When the company is making $37 billion/year in revenue, and grew 11% from just last year, the factory workers should enjoy the growth as well and be rewarded for making the company so much money. I understand that profit sharing is offered, but for a company making so much money, I think they could pay their workers more than just $1-$2/hr than what a McDonald's employee makes.
I applied online on their website. Nike called me two weeks later and did a phone interview.Then HR emailed me some information to come in for a in-person interview. i was interviewed by two Nike manager they asked basic question. A week later Nike called me to do a drug test and want me to send in my background information.
Nike employees you can wear pretty much whatever.
Adecco employees you have to wear a red adecco t-shirt or sweater No Nike apparel you can wear black/white Nike shoes.