Furniture Sales - Meet and greet customer (Former Employee) – Dulles, VA – December 2, 2014
My experience working for Macy's of Dulles Town Center was not a great work environment. From the Store Management to the Department Manager. I have done my job to the highest level at all times even under the circumstances.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – North Wales, PA – July 30, 2018
I only worked there for Christmas season. The training was easy and quick to learn. Everyone was easy to get along with and if u needed to switch a shift because something came up you can do it on line and not have to worry.
SALES (Former Employee) – Melbourne, FL – July 13, 2018
While I was working at Macy's, my main mission was sales. Because I was a good team member who met goals on time, I was floated to different departments to help the team achieve their daily and weekly sales goals.
sales assoicate (Current Employee) – Morrow, GA – July 2, 2018
I like working with macy"s it is I real good work place helping customers greeting them when they come in contact with you I relly like working there the employees are real friendly to me have always helped me when I needed help with helping the customers
Seasonal Sales (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 28, 2018
I loved working for Macy's everybody over there was super friendly when I needed help with very large lines other workers were happy to help and I got to engage with people who come from different parts of the world
It was a blast working at Macy's! I was employed as a cosmetic sales representative for their Impulse brand. There was lots of training sessions provided by the vendors, and gratis to go around. Macy's also has required training sessions, but they can be a bit redundant and unnecessary. It's retail, so you don't get very many holidays. However, I very much dislike their decision to open at 6pm on the day of Thanksgiving. Profit is important, but so is your employee's family time.