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Macy's Overview

Industry

Retailing

Organization Type

Public

Employees

130,000

Headquarters

Cincinnati, OH

Website

macysinc.com

Website

macysinc.com



Founded in

1929

Revenue

$24.8B

Key People

Jeff Gennette (Chairman, CEO),
Rowland Macy (founder),
Joy Seusing (Vice President Corporate Communications),
Jeffrey Gennette (ceo),
Hal Lawton (President),
Andrea Schwartz (Vice President, National Media Relations)

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About Macy's

Macy's, Inc. is an omnichannel retailer that delivers fashion and affordable luxury to customers through outstanding stores, dynamic online sites and mobile apps. The company operates approximately 690 department stores under the nameplates Macy's and Bloomingdale's, and more than 180 specialty stores that include Bloomingdale's The Outlet, Bluemercury, Macy's Backstage and STORY. Macy's offers distinctive assortments including exclusive and fashion brands such as: Versace, Jessica Simpson, DKNY, Donna Karan, and much more.

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Macy's, Inc. is an omnichannel retailer that delivers fashion and affordable luxury to customers through outstanding stores, dynamic online sites and mobile apps. The company operates approximately 690 department stores under the nameplates Macy's and Bloomingdale's, and more than 180 specialty stores that include Bloomingdale's The Outlet, Bluemercury, Macy's Backstage and STORY. Macy's offers distinctive assortments including exclusive and fashion brands such as: Versace, Jessica Simpson, DKNY, Donna Karan, and much more.

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What Is

Macy's's Mission Statement

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Our goal is to be a retailer with the ability to see opportunity on the horizon and have a clear path for capitalizing on it. To do so, we are moving faster than ever before, employing more technology and concentrating our resources on those elements most important to our core customers.

What Macy's's Employees Say

Macy's offers competitive pay and benefits in a caring and service-oriented work environment.

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What is it like to work at Macy's

What Do You Like About Working There?

I enjoy my teams. I am able to see them grow. I drive change in culture and enjoy seeing projects add value to the company... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The culture can be toxic. Leadership believes in bullying and does not respect diversity of thought or background... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

During the summer hours, we work half days on Fridays... Show More

3.0

October 2, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

The salary was very generous.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The hours per day. They had a 4/3 day a week schedule and I did not like that.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

free lunch on weekends.. Show More

3.0

August 20, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

For the amount of time I’ve been employed with Macy’s I’ve had the opportunity to work in different departments and it was a great learning experience.

3.0

August 19, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

I worked in support and I absolutely loved the hours... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Workload wasn't balanced among sales & support staff... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

The best perk was the employee discount... Show More

2.0

August 7, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Nothing.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Upper management does not manage.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

There aren't any that I can think of... Show More

3.0

July 16, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

BUSY MOST OF THE TIME AND HIGH VOLUME SALES.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

INEXPERIENCE PEOPLE AS STYLE ADVISOR.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

DISCOUNT 20%.. Show More

What Do You Like About Working There?

Get to try samples all day... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Sales associates are pit against each other. You are also responsible for reaching sales goals that are mostly out of your control. Management doesn't listen to you. You are forced to watch customers, therefore making them uncomfortable. Forced to have a fake upbeat persona. Very strict dress code and overall appearance.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Getting a 20-30% discounts on the whole store. Excluding luxury brands and electronics... Show More

4.0

May 2, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Helping people make decisions.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Work/ life balance.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Retirement plan/ health benefits.. Show More

1.0

March 22, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

The fun side of the culture... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Limited growth opportunities and compensation.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

N/A.. Show More

5.0

February 27, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Flexible schedule, grate benefits.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Poor management, often understaffed, unfair pay.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

To be part of outstanding customer service, helping people.. Show More

4.0

February 14, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

There are lot of opportunities for growth plus the challenges in teaching and coaching the older people.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Company hires mainly people who retired or are soon to be retired so you find some challenges to coach and train them.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Medical, dental, and vision insurance.. Show More

4.0

December 31, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

I like the people and the fact that they took a chance on me even though I had little to no experience in cosmetics... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The scheduling is inconsistent, sometime days other times nights. I don't like the point system for attendance either... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

40% off Friends and family sale in cosmetics!.. Show More

3.0

August 3, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

I liked the opportunities to make more money. We could always pick up/switch shifts between coworkers within each departments. There were also monetary incentives to exceed sales goals and open credit accounts... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

I hated the pressure they put on everyone to open credit accounts. Managers also showed favoritism to the employees that brought in the most money... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

The commission. Especially around the holidays... Show More

3.0

July 9, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

I like the flexibility of scheduling. I can tweak my schedule when I want to and pick up more hours if I need to... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

I don't like that there isn't any paid sick leave. The attendance system works with a points system. You can use points to call off of work. When you run out of attendance points, you get terminated. It's nice that there is a way to not get penalized for taking sick day, but I wish there was at least some paid sick leave for times when you have to take more than one day off. It's hard to not be paid... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

My favorite perk is the associate discount. I get a 20% discount on anything I buy... Show More
December 14, 2010 on Reddit

My roommate works there. Did you work your way up from part-time?

No. I was brought in as a store executive. I've worked small business all my career. Macy's is the first large corp. that I've worked for.
December 14, 2010 on Reddit

So what do you do, exactly? What do your day-to-day responsibilities entail? Are you affected in any way by the chrimbus rush?

I run the admin dept. My job is 1/2 HR and 1/2 operations. I'm responsible for all the cash office, hours control, staffing, hiring, customer service, District compliance on damn near everything, and day-to-day admin. Xmas rush has made for very long days. After Xmas rush is inventory, which will make for even longer days.

Excuse my ignorance, what's a back of the house employee? Loss prevention?

I do not work on the sale floor. I work within the admin department.

I never got thieves. Why the hell don't they just get stronger, or carry a weapon so they can threaten the *** out of a LP guy? A good concealed identity and some pepper spray would *** just about anyone up. They won't be chasing your *** after that. I know if you get caught anyway it'd be rough, but a good escape plan and a decent offensive could be nice. I mean I believe in fight AND flight, eh.

Desper - There's several things wrong with your theory. 1. lask.001's description of himself: "6'4", 220 pounds. I have 4 years in the army, trained heavily in unarmed combatives." Heaven knows if he had stopped me I wouldn't even think about resisting. He could probably subdue most shoplifters one-handed. Most of them probably wet themselves when he stopped them and went along like meek but sensible little lambs. 2. Shoplifters are ordinary people for the most part, not career criminals. Teenage boys and girls, moms with kids, lawyers with briefcases, plumbers, etc. They don't fit your description of the mutated X-thief. 3. If someone did what you suggest (which I hope was in jest) as an attorney I can tell you that they would be looking at multiple felony charges: burglary, robbery, and assault with a deadly weapon. To the extent that shoplifters think about the consequences of their actions at all, most of them are betting that they aren't going to go to prison if they get caught stealing a bottle of perfume or a shirt. With your "approach" they surely - and justly - would be behind bars, hopefully, like, forever, or at least until they are too old and weak to hurt anybody. PS - If I were to take you seriously (something I haven't made my mind up about yet) you're the kind of person who makes me believe that stores should be pretty aggressive about handcuffing shoplifters. You never know what a crazy person is going to do.
December 30, 2009 on Reddit

is there any requirements for this job?

You can't have any crimal record, that is all.
December 30, 2009 on Reddit

How do you suspect someone of shop lifting? There are times when I have put something in my pocket to buy later and have forgotten about it until I have left the store. Also, I have quickly ran out of stores and such after looking at merchandise. I am an EMT and if I get a call I got to go - though my uniform is not very obvious so on a camera I would look just like an average Joe. I have never been stopped - I have always wished someone would stop me because I don't steal and would like a gift card or something as an apology.

emtdan - This is lask.001's site and I don't know what he will say to you. As an attorney, however, I have to let you know that, although "I put it in my pocket and forgot to pay" scenario does happen in real life, it is almost a guaranteed route to getting stopped (assuming you are observed by an eyewitness or on camera) and charged criminally. Loss prevention personnel don't believe that excuse and neither do prosecutors or judges. Sometimes a jury might, but probably a good deal than less than half the time. I'm not judging you. I understand that it really does happen. I am just warning you that it is a bit of inadvertence that can cost you a criminal record. Because of this I try to never, ever put merchandise into anything other than a shopping cart or basket provided by the store. If I don't have enough hands to carry everything, time to go get the basket or cart.

I worked at Macy's for about nine months--not in LP but just as an associate. I know I would have appreciated a lot more training on how to help the LP staff do their jobs--just things to watch out for etc. What would you have liked to see the average employee trained in to make the loss prevention officers' lives easier?

At my store we talked to every new employee, and gave them like a 1 hour class on things they could do to help us. For the most part though, we try not to get non-lp employees involved, just because they don't know our rules, and could jeopardize their safety, and our stop.

What are some of the best internal jobs you've seen? Did you ever do internal stuff from a monitoring perspective? I helped with a POS implementation and report building where we ended up looking for: - Exchanges per employee, adjusted by hours - Item lookup modes per employee - Refunds per employee, summed by amount per week - % Non-Receipt Returns per employee - % Cash Refund per employee - UPC/SKU transaction summaries - looking for usage of generic UPCs - Multiple refunds, same originating transaction, by employee - Overrides - Manual SKU entry transactions, by employee - History of daily close (always barely under the threshhold) I was wondering what are some other things other LP people use to find internal fraud. Funny story: they decided I should be in the store to see the opening and closing, to see if I had any ideas on other reports or analytics they could run. I was in the store for like 35 minutes and while I was there they arrested a lady for trying to steal toys.. through use of her kids.

I only had one internal while I was working, a female was returning items on the floor to her card. We can look at every transaction EVER that happens, and we can sort by pretty much anything we want. We also have micro cameras that we can place anywhere we want. There are a couple other things we have, but I'm not really comfortable giving out those details - sorry.

I am an attorney who is interested in this subject. I am curious about Macy's policies on several poiints. For any one else posting who has experience in loss prevention, I would like to hear their experience also. One, how common is it to handcuff shoplifters? When handcuffing was done, was it hands behind the back or hands in front or to a fixed object, like a ring or bar in a holding room? Second, does Macy's still attempt to collect a civil demand "on the spot", meaning when the shoplfiter is detained, or is that now handled with a letter sent out later? Although I think it would be against store policy, did you ever see the situation where, as a practical matter, the store negotiated a civil demand payment in exchange for an informal agreement not to prosecute? Third, how aggressive is the criminal prosecution policy? Everybody who gets busted? Or some other standard? Fourth, did your store have exit alarms? If so, did you detain people just based on the exit alarm going off? This is legal by statute in at least three states - West Virginia, Montana, and Tennessee - and by case decision in at least two others, New York and Texas. I think it is a "grey area" elsewhere. Although I don't shoplift, personally I have had the exit alarm go off on me. This happened quite a few times until I tracked down the offending item, which was a wallet I had purchased which apparently had not been scanned in right. Most of the times the sales clerk would just waive me through. Once, though, loss prevention was on me like flies. They were nice about it, but within about two minutes I was separated from my cell phone, purse, keys, and shoes and pretty much helpless. They couldn't figure it out either but they were satisfied I hadn't taken anything and they let me go pretty quick. I wasn't really worried, but I had butterflies in my stomach while being detained. LOL

1. If you don't resist, we didn't handcuff you. You were required to keep your hands out of your pockets and where we could see them though. We also had a detainment center - basically a bench - that you had to sit at while we filled out paperwork. If you didn't stay on that bench you got cuffed to it. 2. We did ours by letter sent out later. 3. We prosecute 100% of the people we stop. 4. We didn't really pay attention to them at all in Minnesota. If they go off and we happen to be around, we can stop people and ask to check their bags, but we would never have detained them. We walk around in plain clothes though, and we rarely stopped people even if we heard the alarms go off. Your situation escalated much farther then it would have i our store, after looking in your bags we would have released you.
December 28, 2009 on Reddit

I used to work package pickup and would love to listen to you guys on the radio...it was like those 50's radio shows. "He is going into the dressing room.." "How many articles did he have on the way in?" So very captivating when all there is to do is prank call GameStop, and radio managers for credit card sign ups - God forbid the manager is busy and can't stop by to give you $1.

Yeah, it does sound pretty funny to listen in when your not actually in the heat of the moment. There is a lot of adrenaline when your getting ready to stop someone though, or you think you've caught someone, so we were always serious :P

So I'm curious what are some good shoplifting methods? Any Interesting stories?

Don't get caught~ I've got a pretty sweet video of myself flying across the screen tackling someone. On paper the company preaches not getting physical with people, but the criteria that needs to be met to stop someone is so hard to meet, that if they wont cooperate, managers what us to get pretty rough.

Macy's Employees

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Gender

Female

55.9%

Male

28.9%

Unknown

15.2%
Ethnicity

White

57.2%

Hispanic or Latino

19.9%

Black or African American

11.2%

Asian

7.4%

Unknown

4.3%
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Foreign Languages Spoken

Spanish

65.4%

French

8.7%

Arabic

2.6%

Hindi

2.4%

Italian

2.4%

German

2.1%

Russian

1.9%

Portuguese

1.9%

Chinese

1.8%

Mandarin

1.7%

Japanese

1.7%

Urdu

1.4%

Cantonese

1.0%

Vietnamese

0.9%

Tagalog

0.9%

Korean

0.8%

Armenian

0.7%

Polish

0.6%

Greek

0.4%

Ukrainian

0.4%
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Macy's Careers

Average Length of Employment
Office Depot 2.6 years
Staples 2.4 years
Foot Locker 2.4 years
J. C. Penney 2.3 years
Lowe's 2.3 years
Nordstrom 2.2 years
Bloomingdale's 2.2 years
TJX Companies 2.2 years
Best Buy 2.2 years
Walmart 2.1 years
Bed Bath & Beyond 2.0 years
Dillard's 1.9 years
GameStop 1.9 years
Nike 1.9 years
Target 1.9 years

Macy's

1.6 years
Kohl's 1.5 years
Toys R Us 1.4 years
Ross Stores 1.4 years
Dollar General 1.3 years
Top Employers Before Macy's
Walmart 15.2%
McDonald's 14.6%
Target 9.1%
Kohl's 4.3%
Wendy's 3.6%
Toys R Us 3.6%
Nordstrom 3.2%
Subway 3.1%
Dillard's 2.9%
Best Buy 2.4%
Gap 2.4%
Old Navy 2.3%
Burlington 2.3%
Taco Bell 2.3%
Top Employers After Macy's
Walmart 14.5%
Target 8.6%
Nordstrom 6.7%
McDonald's 5.4%
Amazon 5.4%
Kohl's 4.6%
Lowe's 3.6%
Burlington 3.2%
Best Buy 3.2%
Dillard's 3.0%
Toys R Us 2.7%
Starbucks 2.7%

Macy's Employees Education

Schools

University of Phoenix

16.5%

Miami Dade College

11.1%

The Academy

5.9%

Fashion Institute of Technology

5.6%

Florida International University

4.9%

Houston Community College

4.6%

Broward College

4.5%

San Francisco State University

4.2%

Georgia State University

4.1%

Nassau Community College

3.8%

University of Cincinnati

3.8%

Essex County College

3.7%

Strayer University

3.6%

University of Central Florida

3.5%

Borough of Manhattan Community College of the City University of New York

3.5%

Community College of Philadelphia

3.4%

Arizona State University

3.4%

University of Houston

3.4%

Kaplan University

3.3%

Monroe College

3.3%
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Majors

Business

23.7%

Criminal Justice

7.8%

Psychology

7.0%

Medical Assisting Services

5.9%

Nursing

5.5%

Health Care Administration

4.8%

Communication

4.4%

Accounting

4.4%

Marketing

4.2%

General Studies

3.9%

Liberal Arts

3.7%

Graphic Design

3.6%

Specialized Sales And Merchandising

3.2%

Cosmetology

3.2%

Computer Science

2.9%

Management

2.7%

Biology

2.6%

English

2.4%

Education

2.3%

Finance

2.0%
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Degrees

Bachelors

35.3%

Other

33.9%

Associate

16.0%

Masters

5.8%

Certificate

5.5%

Diploma

2.5%

License

0.8%

Doctorate

0.4%
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Macy's Employee Political Affiliation

Democratic Party

76.0%

Republican Party

23.3%

Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party

0.7%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Julie WeiserExecutive $43,000Republican Party
Robert SmithVice President $14,900Democratic Party
Andrew WingroveVice President $10,300Democratic Party
Robert MacyOwner $8,500Republican Party
Robert Lazarus JrMerchant $5,000Democratic Party
Karen HoguetExecutive $5,000Republican Party
Mary WillsSales $5,000Republican Party
Dawn BuannicInformation Technology Director $5,000Democratic Party
Andra EhrenkranzGVP Consumer Insights and Strategy $4,800Democratic Party
Stevan Robertson JrRetail $4,750Republican Party
Thomas CodyRetired $4,500Republican Party
Sharon RossSales Clerk $4,090Democratic Party
David GreenManager $3,895Democratic Party
Shawn HummellVice President $3,807Democratic Party
Michael DoradoBusiness Analyst $3,764Democratic Party
David HoguetChief Finance Officer $3,700Republican Party
Lorine MatthewsSales Associate $3,450Democratic Party
William SchermerhornCreative Director $3,306Democratic Party
Charles MillerAttorney $3,300Democratic Party
Mark FachettiDepartment Store Manager $3,000Republican Party
Charles HansenMarketing $2,819Democratic Party
Wesam WaliCustomer Service Trainer $2,700Republican Party
Kyle KuscheTechnology $2,700Democratic Party
Carolyn TinlingSales Associate $2,650Democratic Party
Ajita AshokInformation Technology Technician $2,600Democratic Party
George ThibaultFoundation President, Physician $2,500Democratic Party
AMY HansonExecutive Vice President $2,500Republican Party
Cathy TakeuchiManager $2,500Republican Party
Leslie TreeceSales $2,500Democratic Party
Marsha RobertsonSales $2,500Republican Party
ANN SteinesAttorney $2,500Republican Party
Hannelore Breitmeyer JonesCommissioned Sales Associate $2,200Democratic Party
Arthur ThompsonRetail $2,194Democratic Party
Carol JacksonRetail $2,000Democratic Party
Kyna KochSales Clerk $2,000Democratic Party
Joyce RuggieroFinance Director $2,000Democratic Party
Nick MacyOffice Manager/Office Coordinator $2,000Republican Party
Maura LeitchSales Associate $1,750Democratic Party
Deborah CooperOperations Manager $1,740Democratic Party
Debra ColemanAttorney $1,675Democratic Party
Cindy FallonaSales Associate $1,640Democratic Party
Ray SorinRetail $1,543Democratic Party
David SutelanRetired $1,350Democratic Party
Lloyd MangelCurator $1,272Democratic Party
Helane BlumfieldCreative Director $1,250Democratic Party
Charlsie MacySecretary $1,250Republican Party
George StojiljkovicMaintenance $1,070Democratic Party
Erica RolstonProgram Manager $1,000Democratic Party
Robert UngerRetired $1,000Democratic Party
Juan RuizSales $1,000Democratic Party
John AllenSystems Engineer $1,000Republican Party
Charles ConroyVice President $1,000Republican Party
Jerome BalestRetired $1,000Democratic Party
Rudolph BorneoVice Chairperson $1,000Democratic Party
Andrew UrankarPlanner $1,000Democratic Party
Jeff GennetteMerchant $1,000Democratic Party
Brooke AdkinsDirector $959Democratic Party
Gloria PearsonSales $950Democratic Party
Virginia LindsaySales Associate $925Democratic Party
Paul McGrathLoss Prevention Analyst $867Republican Party
Kalen CapSales $780Democratic Party
Victoria Cebula BrignettiMerchandiser $766Democratic Party
Saralyn ActonMakeup Artist $757Democratic Party
Katie MartinezFacilities Manager $755Democratic Party
Ralph HughesVice President $750Democratic Party
Spurgeon McWilliamsDoctor $750Democratic Party
Richard GibneyRetail $750Democratic Party
Rodney FrazierOrganizational Development Director $750Democratic Party
Sean LongProduct Developer $750Democratic Party
Padma CariappaAttorney $750Democratic Party
Bruce BenhamTeam Manager $714Democratic Party
Kenneth FraserRetail Advertising Executive $702Democratic Party
Janet KohagenAssociate Retailer $662Republican Party
Sue McMahonGroup Vice President $624Democratic Party
Francis NicholsonSales Person $605Republican Party
Mary CavanaghManager $600Democratic Party
Robin HallDirector Of Special Events $600Democratic Party
Ronald BausmanRetired $575Democratic Party
Orlando VerasMedia Relations Director $551Democratic Party
Robert DeanSales $533Democratic Party
Charles DiggsRetired $525Democratic Party
REX MyersSales Associate $515Republican Party
Michael BiglerClerk $510Democratic Party
Kevin TaylorCopywriter $510Democratic Party
Judy LarchRetailer $507Republican Party
Brenda NeelyAdministrative Assistant $506Democratic Party
Karen Lipman WhiteAdministrative Assistant $506Democratic Party
Paul ImbroneVice President $500Republican Party
Paula HibbsVice President $500Democratic Party
Gwen BaumRetail $500Republican Party
James AndressRetail $500Democratic Party
Jonathan MacyPhysician $500Republican Party
Cindy CosmeManager $500Democratic Party
Rory ScottProduct Manager $500Democratic Party
Roberta WongSales Associate $500Democratic Party
David HoustonSales $500Democratic Party
Elaine Van AkenHuman Resources Manager $500Democratic Party
Edwin BacherAnalyst $500Democratic Party
Martha WattsHair Stylist $500Democratic Party
Jason LeeAttorney $500Democratic Party
Jody WeintraubExecutive $500Republican Party
Robert LazarusMerchant $500Democratic Party
Larry HashbargerProduction Director $500Democratic Party
Denis KamotskySoftware Architect $494Democratic Party
Alice HANDesign Technician $492Democratic Party
Vera McShaneSales Manager $475Democratic Party
Kerry DorfSenior Manager $461Democratic Party
Carolyn LeaSales $458Democratic Party
Fredrina ClarkCoordinator $450Democratic Party
Jacqueline ShrumVice President And Manager $450Democratic Party
Susan McMahonGroup Vice President $450Democratic Party
Kirk MountzRetail $435Democratic Party
ZO BjorgvinssonVice President $432Democratic Party
GIL DoronProject Manager $425Democratic Party
Philip WitkayMerchandiser $400Democratic Party
Keri CarpenterSoftware Engineer $400Democratic Party
Carol LevySales Associate $400Democratic Party
Lynn MassimoSenior Business Analyst $390Democratic Party
Joseph CastinoSales $385Democratic Party
Daniel PionkeVisual Merchandising Manager $380Democratic Party
Shirley RietzeStock Procurer $350Democratic Party
Alison Mandelker BurnettMarketing $350Democratic Party
Steve PerrySales Supervisor $342Democratic Party
Paula JohnsonConsultant $340Republican Party
Elaine LAUSoftware Developer $327Democratic Party
Kevin EspenlaubHuman Resources Manager $327Democratic Party
BEN HardisonProgrammer $325Democratic Party
Otto CHUComputer Operator $315Republican Party
Tess AzzatoSales Associate $300Republican Party
Nancy DarlingSales Associate $300Republican Party
Ray KernoSales $300Republican Party
James Prendergast JrSales Person $300Republican Party
John HarperPresident Of Operations $300Republican Party
Shirley MacyOwner $300Republican Party
JAN EricksonSelf-Employed $250Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party
Lynn AdamsSupport Staff $250Republican Party
Anantha SriramaInformation Technology Technician $250Republican Party
Robert JakleInternet Retailer $250Republican Party
Sheila WilsonVice President And Manager $250Republican Party
Michael TotoMerchandise Planning $250Republican Party
Arthur SlateReplenishment Associate $250Republican Party
Frank KingRanching $250Republican Party
JON AbramsonRetail $250Republican Party
Richard CohenVice President $250Republican Party
Shelley BolandLabour Relations Representative $250Republican Party
Rosemary MeadeRetail Management $250Republican Party
Michael SandersSenior Technician Specialist $250Republican Party
Judith BoeltRetail Sales Lead $250Republican Party
Pascal KropfManager $250Republican Party
Michael GaleaSupport $215Republican Party
Mark McNielVice President And Manager $201Republican Party
Frank IveySystems Specialist $200Republican Party
Anne LongRetail $200Republican Party
Adele McDanielAccountant $200Republican Party
Connie WatermanShip Worker $200Republican Party
Frank SignoreRetail $200Republican Party
Rita ZeutziusSales Associate $166Republican Party
Mary VaughanSales P T $140Republican Party
Bryan CashInternal Audit Manager $125Republican Party
Mary LazarSales $100Republican Party
Karen RimmeySales Associate $85Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party
Mariela Ramirez StuartSales Associate $75Republican Party
Carol HarrisSales Associate $55Republican Party
Brenda LeeConsultant $49Republican Party
Bonnie PratoSales Associate $48Republican Party
Gabrielle SchafferSales $40Republican Party
Rebecca McLeodRetail Sales Lead $35Republican Party
Lois ThomasSales Associate $30Republican Party
Kathleen WapplerSales $25Republican Party
Madeleine RussoSales Associate $25Republican Party
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Macy's Salaries

Service DirectorFrisco, TX $245,000
Principal ArchitectSan Francisco, CA $240,000
Principal ArchitectMcKinney, TX $230,000
Vice PresidentNew York, NY $230,000
Principal EngineerSan Francisco, CA $215,000
User Experience ArchitectSan Francisco, CA $210,000
Engineering DirectorSan Francisco, CA $205,000
SupervisorSan Francisco, CA $190,000
ManagerSan Francisco, CA $185,000
Business Intelligence ManagerSan Francisco, CA $185,000
Information Systems ManagerSan Francisco, CA $184,288
Staff EngineerSan Francisco, CA $180,000
Software Engineering ManagerSan Francisco, CA $180,000
Staff EngineerSan Francisco, CA $180,000
Senior ArchitectSan Francisco, CA $176,000
Development ManagerSan Francisco, CA $175,000
Senior EngineerSan Francisco, CA $175,000
Vice PresidentNew York, NY $175,000
Vice PresidentNew York, NY $175,000
Vice PresidentNew York, NY $175,000
Staff EngineerPlano, TX $175,000
Lead Test TechnicianSan Francisco, CA $174,117
Engineering ManagerSan Francisco, CA $174,100
Software Engineering ManagerSan Francisco, CA $173,500
Principal ArchitectSuwanee, GA $172,000
Development ManagerSan Francisco, CA $172,000
Systems SpecialistJohns Creek, GA $171,710
Development ManagerSan Francisco, CA $170,100
Release ManagerSan Francisco, CA $170,000
Lead Test TechnicianSan Francisco, CA $170,000
Systems SpecialistJohns Creek, GA $167,800
Release ManagerSan Francisco, CA $166,000
Development ManagerSan Francisco, CA $166,000
Development ManagerSan Francisco, CA $165,000
Development ManagerSan Francisco, CA $165,000
Release ManagerSan Francisco, CA $165,000
Lead TechnicianSan Francisco, CA $165,000
Information Systems ManagerSan Francisco, CA $164,750
ArchitectSan Francisco, CA $164,700
Release ManagerSan Francisco, CA $164,000
Development ManagerSan Francisco, CA $163,000
Contract Application DeveloperJohns Creek, GA $162,900
Senior Product ManagerSan Francisco, CA $161,600
Lead Development EngineerSan Francisco, CA $160,000
Release EngineerSan Francisco, CA $160,000
Release ManagerSan Francisco, CA $160,000
Release ManagerSan Francisco, CA $160,000
Senior EngineerSan Francisco, CA $160,000
Senior EngineerSan Francisco, CA $160,000
Systems SpecialistJohns Creek, GA $155,600
Lead TechnicianSan Francisco, CA $155,500
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $155,000
Senior Database AdministratorSan Francisco, CA $155,000
Lead Test TechnicianSan Francisco, CA $155,000
Engineering Technician LeadSan Francisco, CA $155,000
Senior Software EngineerSan Francisco, CA $155,000
Staff Software EngineerJohns Creek, GA $155,000
Performance EngineerJohns Creek, GA $155,000
Lead TechnicianSan Francisco, CA $154,600
System Integration ManagerSan Francisco, CA $154,000
Lead TechnicianSan Francisco, CA $154,000
Design DirectorNew York, NY $154,000