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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.
What the company says it is all about is not the same as what the current store manager complies with. I originally went with JCP to grow and I liked the store level involvement with the Associates and community. This has changed with the new Store manager
Diversity and inclusion, team spirit
JCPenney came back from the brink of financial ruin and they did it with the support of there brick and mortar stores. The culture is fun and driven. The hardest part of the job would be the operations piece. Penny's has high standards with regards to the placement of merchandise, look and feel of the store, and signing execution.
Challenging sales environment
Honest opinion about JCPenney. The company needs organization and managers that treat their employees with respect. I enjoyed meeting new people. I worked for three managers total during my employment with JCPenney. Only one of them cared about people and the other two would disrespect the team, but nothing was ever done about it by the District Manager. Both of them had numerous complaints and both still have their jobs.
Enjoyed and loved my brief time there until they laid off all HR Mgrs. Wish the company was more stable but they make harsh decisions to try to pull the company out of the hole its dug itself in. Job security can be a mystery there.
Strong company culture
not enough hrs to properly staff store
The company is on the road back to recovery. There are some truly amazing managers who work in this company. Technology is far behind the times but the company is focusing its resources in other areas. Great new merchandise departments coming into the stores which should really help to drive the bottom line.
Fast paced place to work. You are dealing with product to fit on the sales floor, customer interactions and scheduling challenges.
The fun part of retail is that every day you will experience challenges so it is never slow and your day will go by quickly. You are constantly learning new core standards, the sets change monthly and you will always be moving merchandise that will be featured in the current ad. The managers at JCPenney have a very good work ethic and are very customer orientated. Managers are taught to have an open door policy so as to take care of associate issues on the spot. There will always be associates who perform on an A, B and C level; consequently there are varying degrees of partnership. On the whole co-workers do a very good job assisting each other. The hardest part of the job is time management. Due to the hours that the store is open, it may be challenging to have a good work/life balance. The most enjoyable part of the job is the great group of associates that JCPenney attracts. Making a customer highly satisfied is very rewarding, especially when they come back and remember the great service that they were provided.
The JCP company is very good to their associates. Providing much more than most retail stores. I usually have the tools to do my job and the newest CEO seems to be turning a lot of things around. In my experience with other retailer JCP provides their associates more then most. Doing lunches, celebrating inclusion and diversity and the management staff that I work with is great.
employee engagment, benefit for 30 hours per week, fliexible scheduling
I served in many areas of the store operations. I did payroll, hiring, training, and worked with some wonderful people. I love what I do and my manager is the best. That hardest part of my job is when a good worker leaves us for a full time job and now the hardest part will be to say good bye to everyone because our store is closing
Full time with benefits
Although I do not have very much tenure with JCPenney, I have been a loyal customer/fan forever. The atmosphere is the best I have ever experienced! I was not searching for a new position when the recruiter from JCPenney contacted me, but I was so excited to have the chance to be part of their team! In my position as Human Resources Manager, my job is dealing with people on a regular basis - associates, supervisors, managers, as well as customers. We have a very cohesive team that work well together. The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to interact with people each and every day and help them through difficult situations. Performance management is the hardest part of my job. The most important thing is to ensure that you are being fair and consistent and in line with the company's expectations.
great atmosphere, work-life balance, compensation
staff reductions due to company restructuring
I have learned a lot working here but find it hard to have a good work/life balance. Realize that if you want to move up in this company you must be willing to work a lot of hours, sometimes on your day off. There will be times you will not get your weekends off, and you will work well over 60 hours during peak times (back to school and holiday) You might feel very stretched thin. The training for any position in the company is not good, I received very little training when I started, but you are held accountable to knowing your job. A good job for someone who wants to live to work, not work to live.
nice discount and benefit package for management
long, sometimes late or very early, hours, poor work/life balance