Nike will raise salaries for more than 7,000 employees and change how it awards annual bonuses to its global staff in an attempt to address concerns about pay equity and corporate culture as of August.

The company decided to overhaul its compensation practices after conducting an internal review of its pay practices earlier this year. Nike released a statement saying about 10 percent of its employees will receive adjustments to their pay to ensure equal and competitive compensation for the same job functions around the world, according to an internal memo.

“With movement of internal talent, and the demands of a dynamic market, we analyze pay each year. This year, we have conducted a deeper analysis of all roles, at all levels globally,” the memo said. The company said its benefits program is designed to “support a culture in which employees feel included and empowered.”

The company said bonuses will now be based on company-wide performance instead of a combination that also included team and individual performance, beginning in 2019.

Dow Jones was the first to report on the changes.

Changes to compensation are just the latest attempt from Nike to improve its corporate culture for women. Nike appointed Amy Montagne as vice president and general manager of global categories and Kellie Leonard as its new chief of diversity and inclusion.