Under Armour Employees No Longer Allowed To Expense Strip Club Visits

Under Armour staff will not be capable of expense their journeys to the strip membership on the corporate's dime.

According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, executives and staff, together with CEO Kevin Plank, attended strip golf equipment with athletes and colleagues over time, and sources say the corporate usually paid for the visits of "many attendees." As a results of interviews with greater than a dozen present and former UA staff and executives, the WSJ concludes that strip membership visits have been a part of a office atmosphere that ladies on the firm discovered demeaning.

Under Armour reportedly advised staff in an e-mail in February that it will not reimburse sure bills, together with grownup leisure and playing. According to CNN, Plank and President Patrik Frisk advised staff late Monday that the Journal story was "robust to learn."

In an announcement (H/T CNN), UA defined that the corporate has "addressed these critical allegations of the previous and can proceed to deal with office habits that violates our insurance policies."
"Inappropriate habits that challenges our values or violates our insurance policies is unacceptable — and won't be tolerated," the corporate stated. "We are dedicated to offering a respectful and inclusive office."