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Bankruptcy is immenent. This is the most disorganized and operationally inefficient company I have ever worked for. Culture and morale are very poor. Very sad because this company used to be great but has completely lost its identity.
Company has strong reputation and history, but having difficulty reinventing itself. Great opportunity to work hard and have fun with great employee discounts.
Hard to get work moral from under paid and or minors. No budget for payroll and or merit increases. Barely able to hire the headcount required. Bonuses are only obtainable through certain metrics that are impossible to make. Turnover percentage not an accurate metric with a majority of staff being minors.
The GM and Sr. HRM are terrible leaders in the facility. The culture is broken and the morale is low. They lack engagement and don't know how to treat people. They don't follow processes and make up policies as they go to fit however they feel at the time.
You would think the environment would be family oriented and friendly. However, managers treat you based on how they liked you. Meaning if you're not liked you get less hours and bad work shifts.
Poor benefits, compensation and work life balance
A typical day at JCPenney was fun. I really enjoyed this job the most First thing when I would come in is Correct all time sheets from the day before. Every Monday Morning I would have to correct time sheets from the weekend and close payroll. Print out all consolidated time sheets and file them. After closing payroll , I would go in the Cash room and count and balance the safe. Count all registers and count all money from the day before sales and set up for deposits. I was the hiring manager in charge of hiring,I-9,onboard training. I did all the terminations and paid outs for employees. Ordering all supplies for the store. Set employees up with FML leaves/disability/maternity leave,etc. I learned everything about HR at JCPenney. I love the fact that HR is a job that you can never truly know everything. I learned something new every day. The hardest thing was not knowing everything. The most enjoyable part was talking with people one on one. Employees trusting me and supporting them with the highest level of confidentiality and integrity.
Younger inexperienced Managers are given opportunities to run stores with little or no experience. If your store manager likes you, it can help your careers whether or not you're qualified.
Upper management beyond the District Manager is fair
Some District Managers are horrible along with some store managers
It is a all hands on deck type of job. Team works together to deliver great customer service. Workplace built on the golden rule( treat others the way you would want to be treated) that goes for customers as well as your coworker. Hardest part would be schedule and not being able to spend time with the family for holidays as you would like but the best part of the job is also the family you gain at Jcpenney with coworkers and customers. Also great associate discount.
Daily management duties, review reports and follow up on report and team. Great customer service, follow up on customer. Operational duties /work shipment, daily merchandising of sales floor Develop team, daily coaching, on boarding and follow up on company policies long with Human Resource duties
Great relationships with store level management and associates. Employee engagement is a top priority in order to get entirety of staff on the same page with customer service. At management level you will need to be great at developing partnerships with cross functional departments and keep communication open at all times or things will fall through the cracks. Company seems unfocused at times, lot of changes without notice. Need to streamline processes and update technology, systems are always going down and new rollouts seem to not be thought out.
Organizational structure, Employee Engagement
Chaotic at times, workload is unrealistic for time frames.
I work with a manager that is completely bipolar. I improved my management skills. The upper manaagement they always stick together. There isn't any workplace culture.
I enjoy my associates
No company morale