To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month means celebrating our colleagues and customers, and that’s exactly what we did this Sept. 15 – Oct. 15.
When it comes to building the teams behind the technology at Macy’s, we’re committed to finding the most talented people for the job – that’s why we recruit rising stars at The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing.
We’re proud that the number of women in technology is increasing – but we can still Get Better Every Day.
This February, Macy’s celebrated Black History Month across the United States with A-list appearances, eye-opening panels, and important conversations. Read on to learn more about last month’s events.
On Feb. 7, ONYX, our employee resource group aiming to empower black Associates, hosted a panel discussion featuring beauty industry leaders that explored black beauty and talked about next steps on the journey to inclusion.
Macy’s is committed to supplier diversity – striving to partner with minority- and women-owned businesses. In the past few months, we’ve been honored in multiple ways for our achievements.
In January, more than 80 women – and a few men – gathered at Macy’s Herald Square to join in a difficult but necessary conversation. Hosted by Women at Macy’s, the event addressed equal pay, sexual harassment, and other women’s issues.