JCPenney-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Boise, ID
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The company posts a job that isn’t open to get you in for an interview, and then tries to talk you into what they have available. You are told that they have a great training program and lots of support, but that isn’t accurate. I was told by a member of management a week into the job that it was also an inaccurate statement when I was told it wasn’t a “throw you in and figure it out for yourself” job. The expectation is that you don’t ask questions and just figure it out after being shown once or not at all. The job that was described to me was completely different from the actual job. Again not what I was told. Don’t buy the story you are being told. The primary focus is pushing credit cards. Everything is a crisis, and you aren’t allowed to compete a task and then taken to task for not getting it done. I was told the failure rate is high. I believe that is because management fails you, not you failing at the job.
The employees care and work hard
Management is very poor and disorganized/dishonest. Low pay for the expectations
Every day I got to come in and help amazing customers with the support of an incredible management team. There are so many fun incentives for completing various tasks and there's always a cool prize or positive recognition to look forward to. The general manager is amazing. He takes a personal interest in the lives and needs of all his employees and works diligently to help you succeed. The environment is fun and supportive and everyone has each other's backs. The hardest part of the job is probably credit sales as most people either already have a JCPenney card or are very insistent about not wanting one. The most enjoyable part of the job is definitely the people. The customers are almost always kind and your coworkers will become some of your best friend.
This was probably one of the best places I've ever worked in my adult life. Unfortunately it didn't pay that well and there wasn't much opportunity for advancement with my particular stores that I worked at. That being said, I worked for JCP for 10 years and thoroughly enjoyed it. If it weren't for the economy tanking around 2008 or so, I may have stayed on there for several more years.
Good people, great work culture, fun place to work
no advancement opportunities and low pay
My first time working retail was at JCPenney. I applied in November, little did I know how horrible of an idea that was. I was hired for seasonal with potential for part time. My first two days were training. Typically it's supposed to be three days for training. But due to Thanksgiving and Black Friday, I only had two days of training. So here I am before opening day of Black Friday at my designated register (You read that right). Not sure what all to expect, but the other three girls at the register all had been there for some time thankfully. Suddenly I here over the radio next to my register, "It's began." Being downstairs we had some delay and what i call the, "Calm before the storm," After that I was known as the girl who's third day was Black Friday. I was constantly asked, "What;s it like having Black Friday for your third day?" My response was, "It's like what your a kid and your parents throw you in the deep end while yelling 'Swim!' except in my case they sliced my arm up and yeeted me over a cliff into shark infested waters while saying 'Good luck. YEET!'"
I liked working here only because I had multiple friends that also worked here. The management was horrible for us workers. One manager made my friend cry on multiple occasions.
One of the oddest places I've worked for. They really push credit applications and are rude to you if you don't get that many. I'm a student and they scheduled me WAY more than I said I could work. Like 10 hours more. Honestly work somewhere else because it isn't a very positive and supportive work environment.
Scheduling and Management
It was ok. I feel there might have been a struggle to find the right personnel for the higher levels of corporate management. Some successful programs were abandoned, while less effective ones were used.
Pleasant working atmosphere.
Unsure of which direction the company was headed.
They were so racist terrible people who run the place I would not recommend they overwork you worst place to work at
They have no manners they don’t care they over work you they don’t pay enough they are racist and much more management is bad manager is not even able to be a a manager because he does not have what it takes to have that position and Human Resources is trash she doesn’t know how to do her job at all that’s not how you treat people at all
The hardest part of this job is holiday hours. You can work till midnight on those hours. They start you with a good pay if you have a good resume. There is a lacking in empathy towards employees. Over all i think it is a good fit for most lots of people.
have only worked there for a year but considering somewhere else. first GM was great and had been at Penney's long enough to retire, our new GM came from a different store and is changing the store into what they came from. Seems to only care about the bottom line instead of the people that work for them.
relaxed, fun people
management change is disappointing
I have enjoyed my time at JC Penney's so far. During the week the shifts are tough because we are not as busy.Reorganizing everything once we close is the toughest part of the job and can be frustrating. I like me co-workers and supervisors. I wish I could have longer breaks and got more morning shifts on the weekends. Overall a great company to work for.
Great people to work with and for. Great strong business. Supervisors are great
short breaks, not enough shifts during the day
The company is cut to the bone. They only have one person working where we used to have three or more. The annualy pay raises are minimun. Insurance is not very good.
no regular schedules, not enough help.