To help keep everyone safe, we made the decision to temporarily close our stores yesterday.
This is a painful time for our country and for us. The events going on around all of us are heartbreaking and we want to share a few thoughts with you.
As the world continues to work through this crisis, efforts to support our communities are more relevant than ever.
As cities and states begin to share plans to reopen, we'd like to share an update on how we're thinking about our stores and where we are reopening.
We're evolving our approach with environmental sustainability as a priority.
Last week, Pete Nordstrom joined Vogue's Global Conversation to discuss the future of brick-and-mortar retail.
Erik and Anne recently joined analysts to discuss our approach to weathering COVID-19.
We're excited to announce our commitment to make nearly 1 million masks for healthcare workers.
We're doing the best we can to support our people across our supply chain while they support us, and we'd like to show you how.
During this challenging moment in time, we are looking at unique ways to help in our communities and highlighting how others can join together to make a difference.
Today, we updated our employees on the steps we're taking and tough decisions we've had to make in light of COVID-19 impacts. We want to share those details with you as well.
Yesterday (Tuesday, March 16), we shared our decision to temporarily close all Nordstrom stores in the U.S. and Canada to help do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. We did not make this decision lightly and want to continue to take care of our employees as best we can by providing them with
The situation is changing rapidly, and to do our part in slowing the spread of the virus, we have decided to temporarily close all our stores.
A brief message from Fanya Chandler, president of Trunk Club, describing the organization's next evolution.
From designers and engineers to supply chain experts and our manufacturers abroad, we believe in empowering each employee and partner to be their best selves.
An update from Erik and Pete Nordstrom on our response to COVID-19.
We sat down with our Chief Human Resources Officer Christine Deputy to discuss Nordstrom's approach to talent and culture.
We spoke with three of our executives about building their careers at Nordstrom and what businesses need to do to create a more inclusive environment.
Of the many ways we search for talent in technology, we are particularly proud of our partnership with the Ada Developers Academy.
We are excited to announce the launch of See You Tomorrow, a new re-commerce experience available online and at Nordstrom NYC where customers can purchase a curated assortment of preloved products.
Co-President Erik Nordstrom sat down with NBC News' Jo Ling Kent at the NRF Big Show to discuss all things customer experience.
How many of us can say we started working our dream job at 15-years old?
Our new supply chain technology allows us to store and sort our product orders more efficiently, ultimately getting these products into the hands of our customers faster.
Today through the end of the year, our goal is to raise an additional $1M for some of our partners during this holiday season.
From supply chain to fashion departments, Nordstrom Rack to customer care, we're looking for all types of motivated, customer-focused individuals to help during the holidays.
Jamie Nordstrom shares insights on NYC, our market strategy and why we are excited about the future of the business.
We are excited to announce the promotion of Shea Jensen to EVP GMM Women's Apparel.
After decades of searching for the perfect location and seven years of planning and building, Nordstrom NYC is finally open.
We're excited to give a $250,000 community grant to help support the Good+Foundation in NYC.
We're excited to share our latest corporate social responsibility report.