Social & Labor

We are passionate about creating an inclusive culture for our teammates worldwide, protecting the rights and well-being of workers, including our workers in our supply chain, and uplifting communities. This passion is intrinsic to our purpose to empower those who strive for more.

 

  • By 2025, implement a fair compensation strategy across our value chain, with pilot initiatives implemented in strategic supplier sites by 2023.
  • By 2025, implement worker voice systems among all our strategic suppliers.
  • By 2025, implement an inclusive wellbeing program across 65% of strategic suppliers.
  • By March 31, 2023, achieve 39% of underrepresented talent at all levels.
  • By March 31, 2023, achieve 42% of director and above positions filled by women.
  • By 2030, break down barriers and create opportunities for millions of youth to engage in sports.
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Teammates

Our people and culture strategy focuses on creating a winning culture as an inclusive, purpose-driven and values-based brand and a workplace where our teammates can thrive. We aim to attract, develop and retain top talent through a competitive total rewards program, numerous development opportunities and a diverse, inclusive, safe and engaging work environment.

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At Under Armour, we ‘Stand for Equality.’ This is one of our core values and it’s central to everything we do. Every teammate must participate to make Under Armour a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace. The organization has mobilized to drive our DE&I work forward and we’ve seen significant progress. Although we aren’t yet where we want to be, we remain committed to continued progress.

- Jessica Rice, Vice President, DE&I

Suppliers’ Workers

We are committed to respecting the rights of those who create, make, wear, use, promote and connect to our products, as noted in our Global Human Rights Commitment. As a purpose-led, values-based organization, respect for human rights is part of our foundational commitment to responsible business practices. We follow the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGP), taking responsibility for respecting human rights in our operations, our supply chain and the communities where we operate.

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Global Human Rights Commitment

At Under Armour, Inc., we are deeply committed to promoting and respecting the rights of the people who create, make, wear, use, promote, and connect to our products. Under Armour is a purpose-led, values-based organization, and respect for human rights is part of our foundational commitment to responsible business practices, including sustainability.

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Stakeholder Engagement

 

Under Armour strives to listen to all our key stakeholders and has a number of mechanisms in place to help identify and respond to potential incidents in our supply chain, including the process noted in the Reporting Potential Misconduct provision of our Supplier Code of Conduct and our participation, as a Fair Labor Association affiliate, in the FLA’s Safeguard Mechanism. When action is required, we seek to develop plans that consider local circumstances and to consider the safety of those potentially impacted, engaging third parties for support and expertise if needed. We seek to engage effectively with civil society organizations and unions representatives in key sourcing regions. For additional information, please see civil society overview related to FLA Principle 9 in Under Armour’s February 2019 FLA Accreditation Report.