Macy’s, Inc. continually strives to integrate diversity and inclusion into all areas of our business, and we are honored by the recognition we have received from both national and local organizations for our longstanding commitment and progress on diversity.
Macy’s, Inc. Named 2017 Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality. Macy’s, Inc. earned 100 on the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Corporate Equality Index (CEI). HRC’s CEI is the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to LGBT employees.
Macy’s recognized for staunch efforts in driving growth in supply chain diversity and inclusion.
Macy's named as one of top 50 best companies for diversity in 2016 by Black Enterprise. Find out more in Black Enterprise's news release.
Macy’s awarded Top Corporation of the Year by Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016).
Macy’s named to the Million Dollar Club by the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (2014, 2015, and 2016).
2016 MBN USA Corporate 101 Recognized Macy’s as one of America’s Most Admired Corporations for Supplier Diversity.
2015 Frederick Douglass Medallion for Corporate Citizenry from the New York Urban League 50th Anniversary Frederick Douglass Dinner pays homage to the event’s namesake, Frederick Douglass, while celebrating modern day heroes and companies who embody that same commitment to equality for all.
Macy's, Inc. received the 2015 UNCF President's Award for their support of UNCF as it works to strengthen the pipeline of African American students who go through college and become tomorrow's leaders.
Macy's was selected as the recipient of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) St. Louis Chapter’s Diversity Champion Award for their high level of minority and women representation within its management personnel; Macy's successful implementation of their corporate Supplier Diversity Program; their legal department’s participation in the Street Law program; Macy's extensive involvement with the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD); and Macy's local legal department office leadership role in St. Louis community diversity initiatives.
Macys.com recognized as a Top 25 Companies for Women Technologists by Anita Borg Institute