Client Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – September 19, 2017
In the women's shoe dept the culture is very fast paced jump right in. Management is nothing to write home about the company will hire outside instead of promoting with-in. Several cases of theft with some management. The hardest part of the job is the lack of team work to help with cleaning and stock work, do designated time for this. The best part of this job is their scheduling system, everything is done online. You can switch shifts, pick up or offer up hours if you have something to do last minute. On-call also gets the discount and can pick hours to work. No management approval for scheduling.
Fulfillment Associate (Current Employee) – Boynton Beach, FL – November 18, 2017
Macy's is a good place to work, but sometimes not enough employees are available to cover the tasks required to correctly support the customer base. However, most employees do everything they can, and often more, to get the job done.
Visual Merchandising (Current Employee) – Georgia – November 17, 2017
For visual person it’s a lot of work: a lot floor moves, no support, floor looks like a mess, nobody cares until visits . Sales managers do nothing, just talk, a lot drama. Bad planing, sales associates lazy and spoiled to do nothing.
Work hours for visual Monday-Friday, 8-4.
To much to do for one person, bad pay, lazy associates, bad planing.
Macy's was a great Security Job to have for the most part. I started off in uniform as a Visual Security Officer and was later promoted to Security Detective. I was assigned to the Home Store and Security Safety Auditor for the store.
Asset Protection Detective/ Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Modesto, CA – November 17, 2017
Macy's is a good place to work, but i'm a single parent now, and the retail hours are hard on my family. I work at lease four nights a week, and one day shift. As a single parent it's difficult to balance a good work and life.
MERCHANDISE COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Cambridge, MA – November 16, 2017
My typical day as their levis coordinator was clean, stock, and help customers in the levis department. I was able to go on lunch almost any time I wanted. You get an hour lunch and a 15 min break if you are there for an 8 hour shift. Its a great job if you are in school or if you are able to get a manager position because you can advance in it. So far this was my most favorite place to work at. Unfortunately they didn't have any manager positions open at that time I was there.
Great coworkers, excellent corporate culture. The hardest part of the job is to be a go-getter, independent, train yourself and set your own goals. There are no typical days as an auditor. You have to get used to change. You can never get comfortable with your duties because they change every assignment.
ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 16, 2017
Macy's is a place that is high paced and overall you become very knowledgable of your culture background, due to being in the heart of NYC you learn a lot not only from your coworkers but from tourist and foreigners.