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4 days ago

Macy's Tyson's Corner, McLean, VA: Merchandise Team Manager

Macy's McLean, VA

As a Merchandise Team Manager, you will support My Macy's by directing the daily merchandise support functions for a multi-million dollar family of… CareerBuilder


25 days ago

Macy's Queens Center, Elmhurst, NY: Merchandise Team Manager

Macy's Elmhurst, NY

As a Merchandise Team Manager, you will support My Macy's by directing the daily merchandise support functions for a multi-million dollar family of… CareerBuilder


10 days ago

Macy's Mayfair Mall, Wauwatosa, WI: Merchandise Team Manager

Macy's Wauwatosa, WI

As a Merchandise Team Manager, you will support My Macy's by directing the daily merchandise support functions for a multi-million dollar family of… CareerBuilder


25 days ago

Macy's Herald Square, New York, NY: Merchandise Team Manager

Macy's New York, NY

Macy's is looking for top talent candidates for our Merchandise Team Manager position at destination Herald Square, Macy's flagship location. We are… CareerBuilder


4 days ago

Macy's Solomon Pond, Marlborough, MA: Merchandise Team Manager

Macy's Marlborough, MA

As a Merchandise Team Manager, you will support My Macy's by directing the daily merchandise support functions for a multi-million dollar family of… CareerBuilder


25 days ago

Macy's Polaris Fashion Place, Columbus, OH: Merchandise Team Manager

Macy's Columbus, OH

As a Merchandise Team Manager, you will support My Macy's by directing the daily merchandise support functions for a multi-million dollar family of… CareerBuilder


4 days ago

Macy's Brunswick Square Mall, East Brunswick, NJ: Merchandise Team Manager

Macy's East Brunswick, NJ

As a Merchandise Team Manager, you will support My Macy's by directing the daily merchandise support functions for a multi-million dollar family of… CareerBuilder


4 days ago

Macy's Sun Valley, Concord, CA: Merchandise Team Manager

Macy's Concord, CA

As a Merchandise Team Manager, you will support My Macy's by directing the daily merchandise support functions for a multi-million dollar family of… CareerBuilder


25 days ago

Macy's Broadway Plaza, Walnut Creek, CA: Merchandise Team Manager

Macy's Walnut Creek, CA

As a Merchandise Team Manager, you will support My Macy's by directing the daily merchandise support functions for a multi-million dollar family of… CareerBuilder


17 days ago

Macy's Bay Area North District, San Francisco, CA: District Merchant Center Core

Macy's San Francisco, CA

As a District Merchant, you will support My Macy's and Stores Own Sales by driving sales and profit within the District focusing on Center Core and… CareerBuilder


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    The experience you get depends on your attitude.

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    I have been working at Macy's full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Macy's is just like any retail job. The company has standards and expectations of who they want their employees to be. Employees are expected to open credit cards depending on how many hours a week they work. Full-timers are required to open at least 4 credit cards a week. Part-timers, I believe, 2 credit cards a week. Customers spend more money when they have a Macy's card which mean more sales and foot traffic in the store. Employees are compensated for opening cards with "Macy's Money" which are dollar amounts off coupons used towards purchases in the store. Employees receive 20% discounts and a few days a month receive extra 10% discount on top of regular 20% discount. Employees do have opportunities to grow if, they have the right attitude. Just like any job, your attitude can make or break you. I have seen people demoted and promoted all due to their attitudes. This is a sales-driven environment but, most areas are non-commissioned. Every employee is required to meet their sales goal on a daily basis by suggestive selling. The more you sell, the more respect you get and consideration for promotions. Macy's values their customers and encourages their employees to make decisions that best suits the customers needs. Macy's gives their employees the power to make decisions to satisfy the customer whatever the customer wants.

    Cons

    Just like most retailers, there is no work-life balance. Employees submit availability for schedules but, a computer dictates schedules. The holiday season requires all employees to rotate very early and very late hours. The store can open as early as 7am and close at 12am. Thanksgiving Day, the store opens in the early evening and doesn't close until between 10pm-12am Black Friday. There is a point system for attendance. All employees start with a certain amount of points and points are deducted based on being late or absent. Tardiness starting with 10 mins late results in a half point deduction. Calling out on a week day is a 1 point deduction. Calling out on a weekend day is a 2 point deduction. Points can be re-earned by being on time and at work on a 2 wk basis. A half point is earned every week if, there were no tardiness or call outs. Holiday season earns you points faster. The hourly pay is not enough for the work associates are required to do. All associates are required to have a client list and follow up on slow days. Most days, 1 person can be working 2 departments during busy hours. Severely understaffed and stressful due to cut backs in hours and staff. Most commissioned areas have non-commissioned associates competing with commissioned associates who are all trying to make their sales goals. Associates all have sales goals and can be terminated for not meeting goals.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Management should consider paying their employees more an hour. The reputation of the name Macy's alone gives most people the impression that associates make a decent living. Most employees are making $8.50 an hour and barely making ends meet.

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