With locations in California and New York, our nordstromrack.com and HauteLook team thrives at the intersection of fashion, ecommerce and technology. They create daily sales events for adventurous online shoppers who love the excitement of discovering new items every day.
At Nordstrom, we like to keep things simple. We have one goal: Make customers feel good. Whether we’re helping a bride find the perfect dress or teaching a group of kids to tie their shoes, we're focused on creating long-lasting relationships with our customers and our employees.
We believe in rewarding outstanding work, promoting from within and building long-term relationships with our employees. Our culture makes all of these things possible. It’s fun, supportive, competitive and a great place to grow your career.
Newness and moving with speed to deliver on customer needs no matter how they choose to shop is more important than ever, which is what we focus on in our services like Alterations and Tailoring.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package complete with a fabulous merchandise discount, medical coverage, an employer-matched retirement plan and much more.
For us, social responsibility is really about being a company that our customers and employees can be proud of. So we work to reduce our impact on the environment, give back to the communities that support us, work to create a fair, safe workplace for the people who make our products and provide our employees with a great place to work. Learn more about our diversity and Nordstrom Cares programs.
Big brothers big sisters
Potential. Every kid has it. And little moments with a caring adult can help ignite it within them to do big things, whether it’s learning to tie a tie, practicing for an interview or getting help with homework.
You can help. When you sponsor a moment, you give the gift of mentorship. 100% of your donation will support matching kids with adult mentors so they can realize their potential.
150,438 Littles were served by Big Brothers Big Sisters in 2017. Youth surveyed in 2017 made significant improvements from baseline to follow-up in all seven outcomes areas: parental trust, attitudes towards risky behaviors, grades, educational expectations, confidence in doing schoolwork, sense of belonging among peers and the presence of a special adult.