Hallmark Culture

Employees in Crown CommonsWhen your business is helping people make emotional connections with others, based on an enduring set of beliefs and values, it tends to attract employees who want to make a positive difference.

When creativity is in your company’s DNA, it makes a day at the office feel less like work and more like “getting paid to go to graduate school,” as a Hallmark designer once put it.

When success is inextricably linked to people’s evolving needs, innovation must be constant and built on insight into those needs – today’s and tomorrow’s. When “people” includes every age, race, ethnic background, sexual orientation, religion, family make-up, personality type or point of view, your work environment needs to be inclusive as well.

And when quality and caring are at your core, that makes Hallmark not just a nice place to work… but a nice place, period.

Fun Fact

From the mid-1930s through the 1950s, J.C. Hall approved every single Hallmark card, giving his official thumbs up by writing "OK JC" on the back.