The job was great at first for a summer job. But as time went on I got to find out that the staff is extremely competitive and not really fun to be around. Nobody working there really likes it. The work is draining and it's hard to focus when there are so many tasks to get done. Long story short, I wouldn't work here again even if I was offered more money.
It was a good job very nice people always happy & energetic I loved it we are all like family at Jcpenny so no one is left behind a typical day there is like going to your next family but leaving home from your other
I worked her part time and it was one of my first jobs. I was first a sales associate but the constant verbal harassment of customers made me switch to working on pricing and stock. That was a much better fit for me, but the management heavily favored those on their team that they had relationships with outside of work, and did not make the other employees feel welcome.
a typical day at work is very slow. I learned how to deal with unhappy customers. the management is very wonderful,s o is the workplace culture. the hardest part was having to find where things had to go. The most enjoyable making the customers happy.
Jcpenney is ok for someone who is looking for their first job but they do not provide you with enough hours and enough pay daily the emplyees get harassed about getting customers to open up jcpenney credit cards that was my first retail job it was ok when I first started until I started to see how the management was treating the employees I would never recommend anyone to work there
A good place to work, as long as you dont have kids or go to school, they wont work around your kids schedule or your school schedule. Only if your management, they will, good luck getting someone to train you or find someone in the store
JC Penny is a wonderful company. I can say with honor that the staff is more like family than co-workers. Everyone works together to get the job done and even on the rough days we tend to look on the bright side.
Working for JcPenny was an wonderful experience for me. A typical day working their is like living in a cloud, its a very clean, comfortable place to work. Everyone treats you with respect and lunch breaks are awesome.
The team I work with is awesome and the customers are priceless. We are more like family then just co workers. I have an array of great managers they are awesome as well. I just wish I was making what I was worth then it would be perfect, with all the degrees and diplomas I have I can't use them here. I came to JC Penny's with years of customer service under my wings. The typical day we laugh a lot and it helps us to get a lot done together. In the retail business there are a lot of ups and downs. The hardest part of this job is the stress it puts on your body.
I have enjoyed my team at the salon, for the most part. JCPenney offers a well thought out plan for building your clientel as a stylist. The most difficult part of the job for me was answering to a management team who had no experience in salons whatsoever. Also the job security is sketchy. If a certain productivity is not met your hours are cut or you are terminated, so if you are unable to build a clientel you will not last here. However I have seen some young stylists fresh out of beauty school come in and be very successful, you just need to have an outgoing personality and be ambitious in reaching your goals.
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Typical day at work would be folding clothes, working on cash registers, or on the sales floor making add on sales. What I've learned from work is that not all customers are nice. Black Friday was the worst day to work with angry customers. The managers are very cool and understandable. The hardest part of the job is going to look for online orders in the stock room. The most enjoyable part of the job is working around clothes because I love clothes!
30% off all item in store, and free lunch from any food booth in the mall.
short breaks, not enough pay, and cleaning up when the store is closing.