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3 days ago

Retail Loss Prevention/Security, Full Time/PartTime: McLean, VA - Macy's Tyson's

Macy's McLean, VA

by clicking here. Essential Functions: Have knowledge of and maintain strict compliance with the law and company policies concerning apprehensions… Snagajob


3 days ago

Retail Merchandising Associate, Part Time: McLean, VA - Macy's Tyson's Corner

Macy's McLean, VA

by clicking here. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:Complete general shipment and processing activities in accordance to productivity standards and ensure floor… Snagajob


30+ days ago

Macy's McLean, VA: Retail Loss Prevention/Security, Full Time, Tyson's Galleria

Macy's McLean, VA

by clicking here. Essential Functions: Have knowledge of and maintain strict compliance with the law and company policies concerning apprehensions… Snagajob


26 days ago

Macy's Springfield, VA: Retail Loss Prevention/Security, Flex Team, Springfield

Macy's Springfield, VA

by clicking here. Essential Functions: Have knowledge of and maintain strict compliance with the law and company policies concerning apprehensions… Snagajob


19 days ago

Polo Retail Merchandising Associate, Part Time: McLean, VA - Macy's Tyson's Corn

Macy's McLean, VA

by clicking here. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:Complete general shipment and processing activities in accordance to productivity standards and ensure floor… Snagajob


6 days ago

Director, Marketing Strategy

Macy's New York, NY

The Director of Marketing Strategy plays a critical role in the development, management and support of the omnichannel marketing strategies at Macy… Ivy Exec


6 days ago

Group Vice President Millennial Product Development and Design

Macy's New York, NY

Provide leadership to Macy s by driving and managing the Private Brand business.Manage and lead MMG product and design teams in Private Brand line… Ivy Exec


6 days ago

Director, Stores' HR Associate Development

Macy's New York, NY

The Director of Stores HR Associate Development will develop and direct strategies that support MAGIC Selling, Omni Channel, and My Macy s (MOM) in… Ivy Exec


14 days ago

Bench Executive Chef: Macy's State Street

Macy's Chicago, IL

The Executive ChefKitchen Manager is responsible for providing craveable food and beverage products while maintaining a safe, efficient… Dice


14 days ago

Executive Chef: Macy's Ridgedale

Macy's Minnetonka, MN

The Executive ChefKitchen Manager is responsible for providing craveable food and beverage products while maintaining a safe, efficient… Dice


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    I like working in retail, I enjoy helping most customers.

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    I have been working at Macy's part-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Discount and you're able to find good deals on merchandise. If you like dealing with most people in the public it is a nice way to do so.

    Cons

    They expect you to be available for key days but they do not give you enough hours otherwise. Management does not see who really does the hard work, they only reward those who open credit cards and have high sales. Those people do not do ANY of the recovery, housekeeping tasks, or stock work and leave everything for the REAL workers to take care of who's sales then suffer as a result of doing ALL the stock work or recovery, also managers never seem to help with any of the endless recovery in clothing areas, (esp. the store manager), if they want the employees to do this endless task then they should be helping and setting an example instead of thinking they are above it. They push you to add clientele and do constant presales which affect your daily sales goals, they are only interested in the stores numbers looking good for corporate and don't really care about the whole picture. The return policy is ridiculous, if they think it builds customer loyalty they are SO wrong, it creates many customers who just take advantage of the policy and laugh their way out of the store as they have basically used our merchandise for whatever they needed it for and then returned it (I would say it's a legal form of theft), these are not the customers a successful store needs or should want. They seem to think it is a smart business idea to let people pick up shifts in other areas (full timers get first dibs) instead of letting people with much experience and product knowledge work in their home area and think customers won't notice, they notice and even though most won't complain they just won't shop in the store, if you don't have any loyalty to a dept. you are not invested in it's success. They like to think they value employees opinions because they do a survey every year but they really do not want to hear what we really feel, if they know their employees really they could go to the ones who are not just complainers but really want the store to be better and ask us what we think, and when they kind of do this at round table meetings they shoot down everything brought up.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Really know which of your employees work hard and start showing some appreciation to them especially in front of those who only make sales and credit goals, it's easy to make those goals if you do not do any of the other hard work. Pitch in and help more and don't be punitive to people who make constructive suggestions.

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