Away CEO Steph Korey is stepping down following The Verge’s report of poisonous tradition on the baggage startup. Taking her spot is Stuart Haselden, the now-former COO at Lululemon, The Wall Road Journal studies. Korey will stay on board as government chairman.
Following The Verge’s story, which described a office the place Korey was recognized for berating workers by way of Slack, Korey tweeted final week that she was “making issues proper” on the firm.
“I’m not pleased with my conduct in these moments, and I’m sincerely sorry for what I mentioned and the way I mentioned it,” she tweeted. “It was flawed, plain and easy.”
She added that she had additionally been working with an government coach since these incidents the report highlighted. In accordance with The Wall Road Journal, Away had been searching for Korey’s alternative for the reason that spring.
Away declined to remark however confirmed the information.