Looking for a job? Macy's hosts National Holiday Hiring event with 700 positions in Michigan alone

Macy's is hiring hundreds
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With hundreds of thousands of people out of work during the pandemic, jobs are a hot commodity, and one that Macy's is offering in a unique event.

Macy's is holding a National Holiday Hiring event on Thursday, Oct. 22 to fill seasonal positions at stores, call centers and distribution and fulfillment centers, including more than 700 holiday opportunities in Michigan. A variety of jobs are available with competitive pay, access to flexible scheduling, bilingual work environments, merchandise discounts and the opportunity for bonuses.

To provide a safe and convenient hiring experience for job seekers, Macy’s will conduct all interviews for in-store opportunities by phone. "The quick and convenient process allows seasonal candidates to interview from wherever," the company says in a press release.

And these aren't exact replicas of retail jobs from the past. The company says to support Macy’s convenient shopping experience as it stands today, stores will also offer a new, versatile role focused on picking and packing contact-free curbside pickup and same-day delivery orders.

Things to know:

WHEN:           11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 22 (local time)

HOW:              Prior to the national hiring event, candidates are encouraged to submit applications online to receive a response via email. Candidates can apply online 24/7 nationwide. Open positions and additional information are available at macysjobs.com.


·       Applicants often receive an offer the same day they apply.

·       Macy’s migrated approximately 1,000 seasonal positions from 2019 to permanent positions.

·       Approximately one third of Macy’s store leadership colleagues started their careers at Macy’s during the holiday season.

·       The average length of service among Macy’s, Inc. professional and hourly colleagues is 10 years and 7 years, respectively.

To keep employees safe, Macy’s says it has implemented enhanced safety and wellness procedures, following the Centers for Disease Control's recommended protocol. This includes enhanced cleaning of heavily touched surfaces such as equipment, countertops, break rooms, restrooms, vertical transportation, entrances and colleague work areas. Additionally, Macy’s provides colleagues with face masks to help prevent the spread of the COVID19 virus and conducts daily wellness checks which include asking a series of recommended questions and temperature checks to support a safe working environment.

"Macy’s encourages colleagues to continue to follow the CDC recommended everyday measures and will remain vigilant and partner with local and state officials," the company says.