Mission: Our mission is simple: stay driven, and set the pace in retail technology. With a major online selling site to support in macys.com, our scalable architecture has had to be continually upgraded and expanded, constantly growing in order to process the highest volume transactions ...
I have been working at Macy's Technology full-time
Good work life balance. Fun work environment.
Very hierarchal structure- hasn't adapted to modern work styles.
Advice to Management
Increase communication with employees- break down barriers
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6 days. I interviewed at Macy's Technology.
Phone interview with recruiter, followed by in-person interview. The recruiter, calling in from home that day, gave me a list of people I would speak with, which turned out not to quite match the list of people I actually spoke with. The senior person among the group left part way through the interview. One person asked mostly "tell me about a time when" questions and those went very well. Although they did not specify this, I got the feeling they wanted someone with a software engineering background (which I do not have). Following the in-person interview, the company has not contacted me in any way, even to tell me that they do not intend to make me an offer.
Last week, our CEO Jeff Gennette kicked off a series of Town Halls with a visit to our San Francisco offices. This was an opportunity for Jeff to listen and learn from our colleagues about their work, our culture, and how our strategy comes to life each day. Thank you to our San Francisco colleagues for hosting a fantastic event!
This year, we sponsored the Code Black Tech Gala bringing together Bay Area tech companies to recognize individuals and organizations making a difference in communities of color. ONYX, our employee resource group focused on empowering black Associates, had the opportunity to nominate YesWeCode as Nonprofit of the Year.
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