Tune into our Here, Everyone Belongs Podcast – where H-E-B leaders share their stories about how they got to where they are and one leader provides insights to our new Partner Resource Groups.
The San Antonio Women's Magazine featured pandemic stories from some of our top female leaders! "The following women were constantly assessing and reassessing information that seemed to change hourly and putting practices in place to take care of the company’s Partners so that the Partners could take care of business confidently, efficiently, and most of all, safely." #proudtobeyourPartner
We are honored to be named Grocer of the Year! Our Partners response to the pandemic proves again that no store does more.
H-E-B is proud to announce Cathy Harm as regional vice president in Central Texas. She leads more than 20,000 Partners (employees) with responsibilities that include store operations, merchandising, human resources, real estate, public relations, loss prevention, and financial performance. Harm entered the role in early 2020, just weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic began. Taking the reins during this tumultuous time, Harm used her deep industry knowledge and steady presence to navigate the crisis, leading 55 stores in Central Texas as they continued providing the world class customer service and community support Texans expect from H-E-B.
Every year on Veterans Day, H-E-B Partners across the state pause to recognize the sacrifices of our men and women in uniform and their families. This day of recognition starts with more than 2,000 H-E-B Partners who have served, or are currently serving, in the U.S. Armed Forces and extends to our community of Veterans who deserve our deepest gratitude.
The wait is over, Lubbock!
H-E-B has been recognized as a Best Company for Perks and Benefits by Comparably. Check out our company and see what our Partners have to say! Visit careers.heb.com to learn more about our benefits and apply today.
Take a virtual tour of H-E-B’s main corporate headquarters – The Arsenal. A sprawling campus with Riverwalk views, beautiful architecture, and Texas history, it’s no surprise that “Here Everything’s Better!"