Neiman Marcus reportedly is planning an office hub in Dallas to foster collaboration and innovation among corporate employees. Flexible work arrangements have helped the retailer with retention and hiring, the company said last week.
A statement released by the luxury retailer stated it will continue to encourage a hybrid work environment where employees can work remotely from anywhere and then come together in person at the hub when they need to collaborate.
Corporate employees mostly have worked from home since the pandemic, and the downtown Dallas store has office space on its top levels.
During the pandemic, the company’s corporate culture and style of working have evolved and are more flexible under Eric Severson, executive vice president and chief people and belonging officer. He joined the company in September 2019 from DaVita Inc., after previously been with Gap and Macy’s.