Since 1995, Macy’s, Inc. has required its Macy’s private label vendors to comply with its Vendor &
Supplier Code of Conduct (the “Vendor Code”) that sets clear, stringent standards and requirements
for suppliers doing business with Macy’s, Inc. The Vendor Code is designed to help protect workers both
in this country and abroad, and requires compliance with child, forced labor, wage and hour, and unsafe working
condition standards. Between 2013 and 2016 we terminated our business relationships with 67 factories for
noncompliance with the Vendor Code.
The Vendor Code is posted on macysinc.com. The
Vendor Code and related documents are available to vendors on the company’s vendor site and are an integral
part of our business relationship with our vendors.