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.

Enfield Employee2,400 – The number of employees in Hallmark’s manufacturing and distribution facilities in Kansas, Missouri, Connecticut, Texas and Illinois.

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

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

90 – The score Hallmark earned on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index for 2014. 

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. 38% of Hallmark senior managers are women.

$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.