JCP salons in certain areas that don't do well you will be working to stay poor. They start you at $9 and make you work like a sweat shop taking clients just to get commission on services product commission is not at a reasonable percentage. They have sales that only hurt stylist and the education is only given if you can make it to a central location educators don't go to salonsseachsalon to ensure
I have worked more than 15 years with this company on and off in different states with great benefits and great management. Very friendly and always there to help. Very flexible with hours and get promotions often due to work improvements. Got into other areas of job employment otherwise I would go back.
It's a nice environment created by your co-workers. You basically go around all day helping customers in your department. Management is pretty lenient. The hardest part is waking up in the morning and going to work. It's just the same thing every day. Pretty boring.
I would come in made a walk through and see how my children's department look like then head to the cashier depending if there was a line or not, otherwise start straightening clothes racks and tables. I learned how to accomplish more on the job depending my schedule. The hardest part of the job was to keep it tidy specially on holidays and closing times which was daily. I really enjoyed the kids department since I had kids I would also do a lot of shopping for them and got great deals with sales and my discount.
work and take your 15 whenever clock out when they schedule you for your 30 minute lunch then work until you punch out. I learned how to organize in a way for it to appeal to the customer how to make tags if they were missing, how to put things on hold, use their registers and communicate on the phone. My mangers were all nice and understanding expect for one. My co- workers were hard working and nice. the hardest part of my job was cleaning out the dressing rooms because people from all parts of the store tried things on in my dressing rooms and it was a lot to clean out. however the best part was spending time with my co-workers.
My most enjoyable part at my job is my Manager, Co-worker & Clients. I love helping clients and costumers finding the right products they need. Also working on a project will make our Salon noticeable.
I was in charge of the women's section. It was the biggest section in the store and I didn't have the help that I needed to succeed. I was in charge of set plans and the upper management was supposed to help. They would sit in the back. Thank goodness for the visual lady, she gave me the help I needed. They would need help covering in other areas and would never teach you before hand. So it was an uncomfortable situation when you couldn't answer any questions. I was a fan of their scheduling system. They gave us every other weekend off.
3 breaks in a 8 hr shift, every other weekend off, managment did have good communication
Not enough staff, management didn't like to leave the back
I worked different hours everyday. I would punch in and pick up any clothes that were returned for the children's department. I would re-leave the coworker for break or whatever. I learned how to give excellent customer service and how to organize. I loved my boss Susan, she was awesome. She was nice and taught me a lot about how to organize and shuffle multiple things at once. I loved my coworkers as well. No problems with any of them I got along with them. Hardest part of the job would have been trying to sell rewards cards and trying to get people to fill out surveys. The most enjoyable would be everything else, from interacting with customers to interacting with management.