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Macy's, Inc. Reviews

What is it like working at Macy's, Inc.?

Cosmetics conundrum.
Counter Manager:
Pros: I love that I am paid to do what I love.
Cons: The blatant disrespect from store managers and customers. The unhealthy hours and ridiculous goals. They don't care if you're not fully staffed, they just want you to produce, with no additional developmental assistance.
Administrative Assistant:
Pros: I like working with various people within the organization and helping to get things done.
Cons: Compensation/Benefits.
Dynamic Sales Associate.
Retail Sales Associate:
Pros: The sales and merchandise.
Cons: Nights and weekends.
Great place to work.
Visual Manager:
Pros: Seeing a project thru conception to finish within your store.
Cons: Feeling like you don't have the time to get into each department.
If you like a good challenge...jump in!
Visual Manager:
Pros: Creative challenges to solve, enticing customers to shop through our work, elevating the overall environment of a challenging store, managing creative types, executing Macy's creative vision with liberty.
Cons: The workload, the compensation, the lack of perks in this position as an "hourly executive", the slow crawl up the pay ladder have to move stores/states yearly as a visual executive in order to significantly (..not so significantly)increase your salary. Macy's does not truly consider your years of work experience, knowledge and skill when they set a job offer. They want the best right off the bat, but will not offer pay commensurate with that. The best way to make money at Macy's is to start young and stay long...and move a lot.
Excellant Employee.
Sales Associate:
Pros: The variety of things to do. The amount of people you meet everyday. The variety of personalities.
Cons: Unhappy people in management.
Sales Team Leader, Retail in Bay Shore:
Pros: Interacting with different types of people
Cons: Customers

Most Popular Benefits at Macy's, Inc.

Retirement & Financial Benefits
Profit Sharing
401(k) Plan
Health & Insurance Benefits
Temporary Disability Insurance
Long-term Disability Insurance