Nike Gives Corporate Employees ‘Mental Health Break’ While Using Uyghurs As Forced Labor

Nike Gives Corporate Employees ‘Mental Health Break’ While Using Uyghurs As Forced Labor


Nike closed its corporate offices last week to provide employees a week-long, paid “mental health break” ahead of the company’s September return-to-office plans, while continuing to use forced Uyghur labor to manufacture its products in Chinese factories.

According to a LinkedIn post from Nike’s senior manager of global marketing science Matt Marrazzo, the company’s headquarters were “powering down” beginning last week.

“Our senior leaders are all sending a clear message: Take the time to unwind, destress and spend time with your loved ones. Do not work,” Marrazzo wrote. “This past year has been rough – we’re all human! and living through a traumatic event! – but I’m hopeful that the empathy and grace we continue to show our teammates will have a positive impact on the culture of work moving forward.”

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“It’s not just a ‘week off’ for the team… it’s an acknowledgment that we can prioritize mental health and still get work done. Support your people. It’s good

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