I worked in the salon my team and co workers were amazing. The GM at the time was not as easy to work with he is no longer with the company, buy ultimately I left the company due to his poor management and his poor behavior towards myself and other employees.
Anyone who works here I appreciate you. I worked during Black Friday and it was a mad house. Plus it was my first time not working with food so it seemed slow any other day. I just didn't enjoy doing the same thing over and over and over again. All I did was either fold clothes or cash people out. Couldn't do both, but one or the other it was boring. Good pay though for retail and awesome staff and Management.
I have been with them for over a month and I applied for Cashier but I have not been trained for a Cashier I have only been put in Recovery and this is a group of associates that clean and fold clothes around the store.
I worked there for a good while and at the beginning I LOVED my job. The energy is great and it is a fun atmosphere. It is great assisting clients with their skin concerns and playing with the newest products is always fun! The downside is hours, of course. Holidays are terrible because the store closes at midnight sometimes in December. My experience at my store was great when I started but I quit because the Sephora manager is unprofessional. 10+ girls have come and gone under her time as manager. It can be a great place to work if you do not get close to the management team. Stay neutral! Good luck, dolls!
Free monthly products & samples - 1 hour lunches
Long holiday hours - Manger has no ethics - on your feet a lot
On a typical day it is very fun and open to learn new things, but the management kind of sucks, but its a very fun fast paced job and I loved it. The hardest part of the job is talking to those customers that do not understand the prices and want another price and being difficult. The most definite and fun part is actually talking to all customers learning new styles of dress and having fun with all associates.
I worked at JCP a short amount of time, but the time there was a positive one. Retail is solely focused on customer service and relaying opinions on items prior to customer purchases. The managers were easy to approach and very mindful of employee needs and concerns. The hardest part of the job in the Lingerie department was trying to keep a large area organized [so it could be easy for customers to find items] during rush hours. The most enjoyable part was comfortable interactions with co-workers and customers who cared about your opinion on purchases.
Bosses who cared about your needs, great hourly pay.
co-workers stealing clients off the books, manager couldn't control employees, coworkers stealing others coworkers supplies, coworkers telling clients that an employee no longer worked there when they did