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Work like balance is already a struggle in retail industry. They did the best they could with respecting that, however, it is the balance of workload and available resources is what made the job harder on the manager and the general employees.
JCPenney has been a great company until the change in leadership. Clearly, the company has to change to survive. Unfortunately, the new leadership team is probably on the wrong path, and a downturn in retail couldn't have happened at a worse time.
Benefits, Discounts, Store Level Managers
Culture being driven by the new management team
Every day is different. Typical retail work environment with long hours and weekends required. Great opportunity to grow in role as an assistant store manager learning all aspects of running a successful store.
Great 'family' atmosphere in the stores. Opportunity for advancement quickly for top performers
Work Life balance can be tough with a retail schedule, but you find a way to make it work for your life style
Overall, I think JcPenney is a great company to work for. However, if you don't mind giving up a lot of your personal time (weekends, holidays, nights) then go for it.
Company going through many changes but still dedicated shoppers shop this location beacuse of the people
Opening store, handling am meeting, assigning areas , getting registers open, and ensuring coverage is meet through out the day. Closing, store core, register balances, cleaning crew sign out, closeout daily sales.
CUSTOMER SERVICE INDUSTRY
When I was employed at JCPenney our team was like family and we treated our customers like guests in our home. Customer service was our number one priority and that has remained a guiding force in my career. Through the years there was always opportunity for advancement through hard work and positive results that became less of the standard toward the end of my time there and relocation became the main factor for who would be considered for promotion. With that said, I gained such valuable experience and knowledge from my time with this company. I am who I am today because of various positions I held and experiences I have had. As the Assistant Store Manager I managed the daily operations of a $52 million business. I oversaw all aspects of operations, human resource functions and merchandise. My daily days were always different as priorities were established, which always made my job challenging yet extremely rewarding most days.
Working with a talented management group
very lomg hours at times
A typical day in JCPenney as an exempt manager is: you get to work hours before you shift is scheduled to start and immediatly start running. I felt that as a manager I never could get caught up. They asked too much of us.There was no sense of accomplishement and when you were asked to complete the impossible and then you asked for guidance from your manager there was no support, only that it had to get done so find a way.The way it got even close to accomplished was to beat (ask more and more and more) your associates to a pulp to get them to do more, and work yourself 60+ hours and still know that you were going to go in the next day and get beat (verbally speaking) to a pulp yourself for not accomplishing your goals.I used to love my job at JCPenney, but they ask too much now. It is not a good place to work.The only positive thing I found was I usually worked with great people who wanted to do a good job.
I worked at JCP for almost 2 years, and it was a great experience all the way around. I would still be working there now hoping to retire from the company at the appropriate age, if not for job consolidation due to restructure.
generous employee discount
some overnight hours
JCP as I knew it was a family away from home.Worked crazy hours and after all the time put in during one week, salary was not as much as it seems.
labor intensive for a managment job