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Humbled, Honored & Pleasantly Surprised

There are fundamental principles of our business that we put a lot of time, energy and resources into. These principles include bottom-line business results, yes, but they extend so much further than that. Principles like innovation, philanthropy, diversity and inclusion—to name a few. If it’s important to our customers and team members, then it’s important to the entire company. If we happen to be recognized by colleagues, experts, committees and the like for commitment to these principles, it’s always an unexpected and gratifying validation of our efforts. Not to mention, it’s good for business. Here are a few bits of acclaim of which we’re particularly proud.

Macy’s, Inc. topped the Mobile Commerce Awards as 2014 Mobile Retailer of the Year, recognized for outstanding work that moved the mobile commerce needle for retailers. The company was honored as "a leader in combining fashion with mobile technology to grab attention and wallet share from the growing number of young consumers for whom mobile plays an integral role." Read more.

Newsweek Magazine’s 500 Greenest Companies in America

Macy’s, Inc. scored 100 on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index (CEI) and been recognized as a 2018 Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality, for our policies and support of LGBT employees.

Macy’s, Inc. was 2011 Mobile Marketer of the Year, the highest accolade in mobile advertising, marketing and media. The honor tops the Mobile Marketer Awards handed out each year for outstanding work that moved the mobile needle for brands and marketers.

Macy’s was named as one of the Top 50 Best Companies for Diversity in 2018 by Black Enterprise.

Top 50 on Universum Top 100 Most Attractive Employers in the US

Fast Company’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Retail

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