Workplace

HEART membersAccess to creative resources. A strong benefits package and focus on work+life balance. A commitment to diversity in all its forms.

A family-led, family-oriented culture where employees are challenged to be and bring their best every day.

Whether they write or design, gather insight from consumers, analyze financial or product safety data, run a production line, serve employee lunches, fill retailers’ product orders, or call on retail business partners, Hallmark employees take pride in their work and a work environment that values their contribution.

Some numbers that help tell the story: 

900 – The number of artists, designers, writers, illustrators, editors, calligraphers, animators and photographers on staff in the Kansas City headquarters. More than 500 of them are devoted to product development.

1,800 – The number of employees in Hallmark’s manufacturing and distribution facilities in Kansas, Missouri, Texas and Illinois.

14% – The percentage of people of color (and 10% of senior managers) in administrative and operations positions. 

38% of Hallmark senior managers are women.

62% – The percentage of women in administrative and operations positions. Women represent 38% of Hallmark senior managers, too. 

100 – The score Hallmark earned on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index for 2016.

17 – The number of times Hallmark’s family-friendly benefits have earned us a place on the Working Mother magazine “best places to work” list. 

$400 – The number of dollars Hallmark employees can earn in a year in the Hallmark Health Rewards Program. Employees earn points for maintaining healthy weight, blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

3,800 – The number of works in the Hallmark Art Collection, many of which brighten the corridors and common areas of our 2-million-square-foot headquarters facilities. 

25,000 – The number of books offering inspiration to users of the Hallmark Creative Research Library. The books share space with more than 150 magazine subscriptions. 

 

Fun Fact

Eighteen-year-old entrepreneur J.C. Hall founded Hallmark in 1910 with little more than two shoeboxes full of postcards. Read more about J.C. Hall.