cashier/ sales (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 15, 2017
A great place to sell because gets a lot of traffic. However management is protective of union employees, and there are to many managers and not enough good salesmen. Human resources is hiring for diversity, not for talented salesmen or saleswomen.
Vice President / Store Manager, Mission Viejo, CA (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 14, 2017
After many years of positive experiences at Macy's, our district was assigned a DVP with a reputation for favoritism and poor people skills. The work environment became untenable for many of us. He has since been job eliminated.
Fine Jewelry Sales Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 12, 2017
I started in the clothing department and advanced to the Jewelry department. I absolutely loved my managers and coworkers. No day was the same. It was either super slow and you couldn't wait to go home. Or the day was so fast-paced that you didn't realize it was time for you to go home. I was very sad to leave but it was such a rewarding experience.
Sales (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 12, 2017
Working here has been the least gratifying of any job I've ever held. Most of the managers don't approach associates with proper respect and warmth. The company doesn't properly train to optimally help customers, which only stifles the greaating-to-transaction process.
Backroom Associate, Stock Clerk (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 7, 2017
Most days were the same. I had to make sure the floors were clean, garbage can's was empty and that's about it. Worked alone didn't like that much. Job was easy nothing hard about it. Culture felt much like I was in school with adults, So many people working there you would never know everyone or really form any good work relationships. Which was good in a way cause you have many people to interact with but bad when you had to walk into a random stall and a lot of the times let them know you work there too. Management was good, You could just never find them.
Sales Associate/ Cashier (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 30, 2017
managers like jeremy hernandez from sale tech needs help. he is so self centered and only cares about himself and his progress he does not care who he puts down on the way. he works in herald square macys
good place to work for those who had chosen their job over their life
CAD Designer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 30, 2017
no life whatsoever, staying very late, no possibility to make a doctor appointment in advance even late at night, because you never know how long you will have to stay in that particular day. No job security at all, could be fired easily after many years of work with great performance
Store Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 29, 2017
loved the macys in flushing. most coworkers were really friendly and helpful. mangers were HORRIBLE. all they did was complained when they actually went on the floor. I was getting paid to sit around talk to coworkers. since the mangers were horrible no one really cared to do anything unless we would hear that they were walking around.
Sales Associate (Part-time) (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 28, 2017
you meet people from all over the world fun events on most of the weekends where kids can go and have fun with their parents..They have a flower event every year which is pretty awesome you get to see all these creative plants.
Building Services Worker (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 27, 2017
Macy's is a wonderful workplace to work at if you're interesting in working for with good & respectful Coworker and outstanding manager that would work with you. I recommend this job anyone who's interested working at this place.
Sales Associate and Cashier (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 21, 2017
I keep proactive approach towards my work and have a willingness to learn .I am a team player; as such i do not limit myself to only my duties. I am responsible and am able to work under pressure. One of the most important attributes of a successful business is client relationship and diplomacy. In many vocational activities, recognition is a primary motivator and, therefore, an important asset.
I sense and accept a certain degree of self-assumed responsibility for the good, growth, and gain of others.