Helps with merchandise verification and accuracy to maintain shrinkage compliance. Assists in a multitude of stock handling procedures such as packing, sorting, stylizing and classifying merchandise. Ability to move merchandise manually on a flatbed or with a hand truck as needed. Operate hand held computer equipment such as scanners or ticket making equipment.
The work was relatively easy to do, the hardest thing was keeping up with the boxes you packed up and had to add up at the end of the day. The people where slightly nosy but not hard to work with. Over all a good place to work for
My goal when I first started with Jcpenny was a great start. I put my best foot forward in moving up and around to learning different position. I amaze myself. The only thing that was missing was management. They were terrible in helping other continue in working in a good environment if you were the type with no back bone to keep yourself together management screw you over. It would been a great job to stay with a grow but management needs to be reconstruction all again.
I really enjoyed the mature women I worked with in the warehouse. Absolutely no drama we had fun but serious about what we did.Sometimes underrated it is the behind the scenes that makes the company run.
Day started by checking in at time-clock then going to a pre-work meeting to discuss which tractor-trailers were prioritized to be unloaded and loaded. Then small stretches to get us ready for the workday. After which we were assigned trailers to unload after unloading a trailers you were assigned a new one. You get 3 breaks a day 2 for to rest and one in the middle for lunch.
Fast-paced work environment, opportunities for suggestions
I do signing, clearance, price-pointing, and unloading truck. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to unload the truck. I have learned a lot about working in the warehouse setting, it truly has improved my abilities.