Lululemon Seeks ‘Head Boss Person’ After CEO’s Sudden Departure

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Lululemon Seeks ‘Head Boss Person’ After CEO’s Sudden Departure

In the wake of the unexpected resignation of its CEO, Christine Day, Lululemon has posted a peculiar job listing on its website seeking applicants for a new ‘head boss person.’

The job posting, which was published on Friday, has raised eyebrows for its quirky and unconventional language. It reads, “CEO WANTED, CLICK HERE TO APPLY, ” in block lettering all over the company’s website.

According to the posting, the successful candidate should possess the following qualities:

  • Exceptional communication skills, often through Sanskrit
  • Discipline, focus, and the ability to hold a headstand for at least 10 minutes
  • Long-term thinking and a plan to bring yoga and luon to Mars by 2018
  • A rebellious spirit and a willingness to express oneself loudly whenever the urge arises
  • The ability to elevate and cultivate talent within the senior leadership team by holding a “Bachelor lululemon” competition
  • Knowledge of the secret to how the caramel got into the Caramilk bar
  • Experience leading a company-wide morning chant and kombucha ritual

The company did not disclose the salary for the position, but outgoing CEO Christine Day was reportedly paid $4,280,429 last year.

A spokesperson for the company told CBC News that the posting was designed to attract attention. “We’ve always been a fun and irreverent brand and love that our stores and social media teams are not afraid to spark a conversation in our communities, ” the spokesperson said.

Lululemon’s stock lost ground on the TSX on Friday, hovering around $67 a share. This is a significant decline from the $84 level the shares were at this time last week, before Day announced plans to leave the company.


Lululemon’s search for a new ‘head boss person’ is a unique and unconventional approach to finding a new CEO. It remains to be seen whether this approach will be successful in attracting and securing a qualified candidate.

Author: John Doe

John Doe is a freelance writer and editor specializing in business and finance. He has written for a variety of publications, including Forbes, Fortune, and The Wall Street Journal.

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