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.
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Idaho Falls, ID – December 5, 2017
Everyone was so cheerful and seemed genuinely happy to be there. I enjoyed working there, the hardest thing was building this fancy wardrobe out of nothing, and trying to sell credit to people. The customers were pretty kind, the staff, and management as well.
Specialist (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 5, 2017
Macy's is a fun place to work, with amazing managers; but I personally feel like they expect too much out of you for only $9.00 an hour. You are expected to dress in business casual attire everyday and that can get expensive.
receiving and mechandising associate (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – December 5, 2017
If you're a drug addict or criminal willing to settle for $8.00, have lack of leadership, unbalance and uncertainty this is the place for you. Otherwise pick another retail company any is better than this.
frequent breaks no manger hovering over you
poor pay especially for work you'll be doing, no leadership no inccentives
Recovery Associate (Former Employee) – El Centro, CA – December 5, 2017
It is difficult to get a full time job. Most of the jobs are about recovering and putting together the store to its best look. It has many positions available for employees. But difficult to become a regular emplyee.
Support Assistant (Former Employee) – Flushing, NY – December 4, 2017
I worked unloading trucks at first which was back breaking but moved up to women shoe expediter. That took about 2 years. The are flexible with the hours where you make 40 hours but then there were times where you made 30 hourss.
on call stockmen (Former Employee) – Gurnee, IL – December 4, 2017
My typical day starts in men furnishing, stocking, reorganizing and putting out shipment. If I was finished with everything I was directed to assist in other tasks not yet finished. Other times I did store markdowns, preset sales signs and when it was inventory time I helped that .
there was at times free lunch for everyone. they did birthdays where there was cake for everyone.