Hear from PRIDE members about what this group means to them and our company and find out what Associates did to celebrate Spirit Day.
Thoughts from our President and CEO, Jeff Gennette, about our annual Got Your 6 campaign, and how we can work together as a company to support America’s veterans.
Who are Fortune’s top 50 most powerful Latinas leading corporate America today? We’re incredibly proud to announce that three of them are here with us at Macy’s. Let’s congratulate them.
Macy’s commitment to its diverse employees and customers extends far beyond what you see on the selling floor. Learn why we’re recognized as one of America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises.
What does authenticity mean in the workplace? What does inclusion look like for an entire corporation? Macy’s executives stepped up to address difficult questions, including how a large corporate entity expresses commitment to its employees during times of racial violence and cultural division.
We’re kicking off Women’s History Month at Macy’s, Inc. by spotlighting one of our company’s newest female executives, an accomplished leader with an impressive resume who also happens to be a passionate supporter of women’s issues. Meet Cheryl Heinonen, executive vice president of corporate communications, and proud advocate for women and working families.
This is the month dedicated to celebrating centuries of African American contribution to society. During Black History Month this February, Macy’s is hosting a series of events celebrating the influence of black culture on America, and you won’t want to miss out.
It has grown tremendously through the years, from a small group to hundreds of national members. To date, ONYX has successfully fostered both personalized conversations and broader, cultural emphasis on diversity and inclusion in the workplace. ONYX already shines, but for Black History Month Coast to Coast is aiming the spotlight on this truly transformational group.
“I will never forget that first class, I realized that what we were doing here was much bigger than building a business. It was reshaping people’s lives.”