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30+ days ago

Director, Marketing Systems

Macy's San Francisco, CA

The Director, Interactive Marketing Systems is a key member of macys.com s marketing organization - with responsibility for driving marketing… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director, Asset Protection

Macy's Tulsa, OK

The Director Asset Protection is responsible for a Direct to Consumer location as it relates to Asset Protection. Essential Functions:Conduct and… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Marketing Operations Manager, Email

Macy's San Francisco, CA

The Marketing Operations Team is responsible for overseeing all messages pushed out to our customers, as well as customer acquisition, and Mobile… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director, Finance

Macy's Tulsa, OK

Reporting to the FVP, the Director of Finance has the overall responsibility for the finance, and control functions including scheduling and accuracy… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director, Project Management Ecommerce Systems

Macy's San Francisco, CA

This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic individual who is energized by an entrepreneurial environment! Reporting to the Vice President of… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director, Interactive Design

Macy's New York, NY

The Director, Interactive Design leads and inspires creative teams to produce, banner ads, landing pages, mobile apps, social executions, special… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Manager, L&D, Multi-Media Design

Macy's Cincinnati, OH

Multi-media design of selling and omnichannel technology initiatives for Store and Field positions. Collaborate with key stakeholders to conduct… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Manager, Customer Marketing Strategy

Macy's New York, NY

include developing and managing the customer contact strategy based on customer lifecycle within various tactics. The Manager will own the customer… Ivy Exec


30+ 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


30+ 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


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    Current Employee - Sales Manager in Minneapolis, MN (US)
    Current Employee - Sales Manager in Minneapolis, MN (US)

    I have been working at Macy's full-time

    Pros

    Great relationships with the majority of the people that I work with at my store; Employee Discount and knowing the best prices; Great relationship with my boss (the assistant store manager); Full time benefits are decent; Started with 15 days PTO

    Cons

    Company Values!!! I no longer feel that my values and my belief system line up with those of Macy's. Lots and lots of politics involved. Upper management, meaning at the district, regional, and national level, seem to have minimal understanding of how their stores ACTUALLY run. We are told to lie and pretend everything is going great even though it is a constant struggle to get our work done and to reach their unrealistic expectations. The stores are extremely understaffed, in every aspect and department. I could go on and on but mainly I am unhappy with the way upper management takes advantage of it's employees, not only on the front lines, but on every level. We are shown videos and told constantly by district, regional, and national executives that Macy's is extremely successful and continues to grow more and more every year. However, resources are constantly being downsized, budget cuts are made almost monthly, and employees are expected to pick up the slack with no reward or appreciation for doing so. There is a huge lack of trust between employees and upper management. Many employees feel that upper management couldn't care less about them - which is appears mostly true. This is probably the reason turnover is EXTREMELY high.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat your employees better. Recognize them, reward them, and respect them. If they're happy, your customers will be happy. Squeezing everything you can out of your employees with minimal compensation and appreciation will only bring success in the short term. Developing their trust and their happiness is more difficult and takes longer to achieve, but will bring prosperity in the long run.

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