Every year, women in technology from all over the world meet at the Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC), the world’s largest gathering of women in computing. Learn about Macy’s connection to this event and hear from women at Macy’s about its impact on them.
Macy’s Metro Center store in Washington, D.C. took on a decidedly international flair on April 26 for a special VIP celebration honoring ambassadors and diplomats on the 10th anniversary of Passport DC and the Around the World Embassy Tour.
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.
“We put a lot of effort into upgrading the Macy’s app to give our customers the best possible shopping experience whether online or in our stores. It’s exciting to see the way users are responding to those changes, and it’s to the credit of the extremely talented people in our technology teams who lead us ahead of the industry in this area.” – RB Harrison, chief omnichannel officer
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.
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.
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation announced its 2017 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) on Dec. 5, and Macy’s, Inc. again has earned a perfect score of 100 percent. With this score, Macy’s, Inc. is recognized among the Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality.
Every November, Americans across the country pause to recognize past and present military service members who have sacrificed to protect our way of life. Read on to learn about how Macy’s, Inc. joins in to support our company’s veterans.
It’s no secret that Macy’s prides itself on hiring and retaining a diverse workforce, filled with talent from unique backgrounds that make our company what it is, which is why we’re excited to share that Macys.com was named a 2016 Top 25 Company for Women Technologists. Top Companies for Women Technologists is a national program that recognizes companies committed to building workplaces where women technologists can thrive.
Macy’s Credit and Customer Services (MCCS) was honored with the Fit-Friendly Worksite Gold Award from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association for its culture of well-being. MCCS has an on-site health coach, HIGI blood pressure machines, a walking club, ongoing employee resource group activities, and the list goes on and on!
Each year in the New York City and Cincinnati central offices, Terry Lundgren, Macy’s chairman and CEO, convenes a “Breakfast Club” of cross-functional Millennial executives to share ideas. Breakfast Club networking events launched in New York City nearly 10 years ago and have included Live Healthy sports challenges; recently, they took on a Give Back element.
Through the Partners in Time annual Bag Hunger initiative, teams across the country came together this spring to feed children in need this summer, a time when school-based meals are not available and food pantry supplies run low.
Macy’s, Inc. received the GS1 Retailer Excellence Award during the GS1 US Apparel and General Merchandise Retail Industry Achievement Awards, presented during the GS1 Connect 2015 conference. The awards honor organizations that deliver outstanding and innovative achievements in the retail supply chain.
Bloomingdale’s was among the five recipients of the Child Mind Institute’s first Change Makers Awards, recognizing its support of CMI and mental health. Tony Spring, Bloomingdale’s chairman and chief executive officer, accepted the award in May. Bloomingdale’s is a founding partner of CMI, and has benefitted the organization during the holiday season for the past six years.
Macy’s, Inc. is committed to reflecting the diversity of our associates and customers in all aspects of our business.