JCPenney-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Hagerstown, MD
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Penney's has been struggling for years. You can tell more by the lack of employees they have in the store. In the past Penneys had great teams working together and making the customers happy. Now it's a struggle with making employees satisfied and customers happy.
Management does not care about associates at all they don’t care unless you get credit cards. They have favoritism for certain people not one is treated with any respect. Overwork people, constantly making up rules then won’t tell people. Managers get mad if you can’t come in on your day off.
Great team culture, job variety and management that cares about employees make this an excellent entry or re-entry into the job market. Very diverse employee base offers experience and fresh perspectives to keep things fun and interesting.
I quickly realized once I started this job that it was not a good one. I had about 20 minutes of floor training then never saw someone in management again. I would just come in, recover the men's department for 5 hours, then clock out. None of the managers knew who I was, and I learned the very minimal amount I did from another sales associate. I was promised to be put on register when I was hired (my preferred area of work) and never was. No one bothered to try and get me to stop from quitting, no one even realized until it was my last night. Employees came in and out from that job so casually. Glad I got out of there when I could.
Very poor management. All they care about is credit cards not their employees. Try to find ways to knock your annual raise even though store manager sits in office all day and never closes. Supervisors don’t get enough credit for what they put up with daily. It’s never good enough. Co workers though they are amazing and they make it worth it they become your family through all the chaos and high stress levels.
Only care about ICAPS if a customer doesn't want one they expected you to keep offering discounts it aggregates the customers and probably won't come back. And training is horrible you are expected to figure it out on your own and when u ask for help they get aggravated like they don't have the time. They wonder why people quit in a week or two? Just because your new doesn't mean your not a person who may need a little help everyone has to learn one way or another and I'm sure the people who has been there awhile didn't know much eather when they started at jc penny have a little more patients when it comes to training!
Poor management not paid lunch, very poor traning!
J.C.Penney was overall a good company to work for. They work with your availability to make your schedule and offer good benefits. They also give their employees a 25% discount with a J.C.Penney credit card or 20% discount with any other form of payment.
I worked with the morning team. I assisted in the unloading of trucks and quickly moving the merchandise to the floor. Very little organization so it was hard to merchandise properly. A friendly environment save for the people I worked with directly.
They are not a family oriented business. During the holidays you will be lucky to get an 8 hour break to go home and sleep. While on the job if you are a cashier you will constantly be told to get credit applications. Thats all you are there for!
I have learned alot from working retail. I love having contact with customers and helping them with what ever their needs are. I get to work in all the different departments which I love being so versatile at my job,it defently keeps me busy. Which is great and gives me more hours. There is always something new to learn. The people I work with are the greatest it is like one big family.
They work with your schedule. And there is an discount.
The hours are slow and sometimes there are none.
I loved working here and with this being my first job it showe me alot of things, my team we're a bunch of help probs ine of my favorite jobs thus far, if i didn't need more money i would still be working there, it's a fun place, however f you don't agree with the saying the customers are always right then this is not the job for ya.
A typical day at work was very busy and the workplace was very unorganized. Management was confusing because nobody let me know who was my boss and I had different managers. I wasn't really assigned a schedule so it was very unorganized. I did learn how to communicate more and make sure customers were satisfied. The hardest part of the job would have had to be folding the clothes because I worked around Christmas, so clothes were EVERYWHERE in the wrong places. I did enjoy wearing elf ears and greeting people most about the job.
A typical day at work consists of: helping customers, cleaning the fitting rooms, straightening up the store. I loved working for the company, the hardest part of working there was dealing with the co-workers that did not want to work. They were just there to make friends. The best part working for the company was the customers. Getting to know the customers on a personal level was the best feeling ever and being able to help them find what they were looking for.