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Nike Seasonal Athlete Lehi

NIKE Park City, UT

- Utilize customer service skills, basic sales techniques, and product knowledge to connect customers with the right product and drive sales - Build… NIKE

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NIKE President & CEO Mark G. Parker
Mark G. Parker
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    Fun place to work but difficult place to have work life balance making it easy to get burnt out.

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    Former Employee - Senior Product Developer  in  Portland, OR
    Former Employee - Senior Product Developer in Portland, OR

    I worked at NIKE full-time for more than 5 years


    Working at Nike gave me a chance to grow as a person and an employee. For me, it was an intense work environment but I really enjoyed my job so that helped deal with the day to day intensity. Most of the people that I worked with were great. The team environment feels more like a family than just coworkers. Definitely high energy and fun work place that values its employees and expects the best from them.


    Nike seems to have a just do it way of doing business. There are no excuses. This attitude doesn't always make sense when it comes to training. Nike doesn't always make sure that people are trained and prepared for their next opportunity. They do not on board people well at all. It's sink or swim. They do not pay well.

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    I haven't seen many excellent managers at Nike. Most of them are lacking leadership skills. The company should focus on properly training and hiring the right people to manage others. A bad manager can really ruin the work environment and the effectiveness of the people that they manage.

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