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10 hrs ago

Seasonal Retail Sales Part Time Macy's Mayfair Mall – new

Macy's Wauwatosa, WI

You'll work independently and as part of a high-performance retail team using your enthusiasm and your great attitude to amaze our customers and help… Macy's

10 hrs ago

Seasonal Retail Stock Part Time Late - Receiving and Merchandiser Macy's Mayfair Mall – new

Macy's Wauwatosa, WI

There are two types of retail stock associates: seasonal retail stock receiving and seasonal retail stock merchandising. Read on to find out more… Macy's

19 days ago

Seasonal Cosmetics - Beauty Advisor, Part Time: Macy's Mayfair Mall

Macy's Wauwatosa, WI

by clicking here. In order to present our customers with the best holiday shopping experience, many of our Seasonal Cosmetics Beauty Advisor… Macy's

18 days ago

Starbucks Hourly Executive: Macy's Mayfair

Macy's Wauwatosa, WI

The Starbucks Hourly Manager is responsible for managing a Starbucks operations and ensuring the Starbucks is professional, safe and profitable… Macy's

10 days ago

Macy's Mayfair Mall, Wauwatosa, WI: My Stylist Executive Temporary

Macy's Wauwatosa, WI

As a My Stylist Executive, you will drive the My Macy’s, Omnichannel, Magic Selling (M.O.M.) strategy through clientele selling and corporate sales… Macy's

11 days ago

Seasonal Retail Support Receiving and Merchandiser Part Time Early Macy’s Mayfair Mall

Macy's Wauwatosa, WI

for Seasonal Retail Stock Receiving and Seasonal Retail Stock Merchandising In order to present our customers with a magical shopping experience… Macy's

10 hrs ago

Seasonal Retail Sales Part Time Macy's Southridge Mall – new

Macy's Greendale, WI

You'll work independently and as part of a high-performance retail team using your enthusiasm and your great attitude to amaze our customers and help… Macy's

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Milwaukee, WI
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in Milwaukee, WI
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    I worked at Macy's part-time (Less than a year)


    I guess the discount, which is low compared to many other similar retailers (20%) but could be combined with store sales. Easy scheduling with employeeconnect IF hours were available (big IF). Starting pay was fair (but eventually not worth it).


    Training is terrible. When put on the floor, I was teamed with a rude vet who stole my sales all shift. In training you sit through an anti-union video but this company's employees desperately need a union! Employees almost never got breaks at my store and there were never enough employees on the floor. I always had long lines and some managers would walk by and say "they'd find someone to help" but would rarely jump in and help serve customers. I quit after a couple of months because I was tired of dealing with frustrated customers, having racks and racks of clothes to put back, multiple dressing rooms to clean after covering three full departments on my own, and having to shut down all those registers. Extremely poorly run. I watched the managers force veteran employees out of their departments where they had tremendous expertise and made them go to departments they didn't want to be in. They cut a department and fired all the employees one day when they showed up to work like normal. They didn't offer them other jobs (but they could apply back after 30 days). There were these awful morning huddles where we had to pretend to be excited and the store manager pretended that morale was good. Whenever I worked a day shift, I was always asked to stay til close because there were so many call-ins. I found a few other employees I could count on and the most veteran ones lamented how much the company had declined. They used to have employees to do recovery (return items to the rack), instead of expecting sales associates to do it all. I'm so disappointed in the company that I doubt I'll ever return even as a customer. There were a few good area managers but they were spread thin with not having enough sales associates on the floor. The store manager said she had an open door policy. I expressed a concern to her once and she said she wanted to hear about it. She never ever asked about it again. A veteran in the store told me to not waste my time, that she did not care. If sales and credit card goals were met, she did not care about anything else. I would sometimes accept a job in a department I knew and then be moved to a department that required in-depth knowledge and then you'd be left to flail alone. Registers were supposed to have daily lists of who the managers were and they often weren't there. You'd have a tough situation and then a manager could not be found. I have had customers be positively IRATE over a situation that I could not override or resolve and no manager could be found. I'm just thankful an emergency situation never happened because it's really hard to get assistance. I took a lower paying job with a company that treats their employees with dignity. When I thanked the handful of veteran employees for their help, they said, "The good ones never stay."

    Advice to Management

    1) Give your employees their breaks that are guaranteed under the LAW. 2) Put enough associates on the floor to manage both customers and recovery. 3) Don't talk about "Macy's Magic" when you don't even acknowledge how much your employees are struggling. 4) When you have massive call-ins, call employees IN and start as soon as someone has called in instead of always asking the day shift to stay late. 5) Stop the cheerleading at morning huddles (complete with noisemakers) and actually talk to your employees.

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