JCPenney-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Phoenix, AZ
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I love working for this Company, it was exiting to see all of this jewels close shining off & on...I love that most of the costumers, where pretty educated and polite, and had some fun with most of them, I just felt organization of this Company is not appropriate, meaning, supervisors where selling while it supposed to be our jobs! But I guess that was about it, I was also expected to make more money here, but it wasn't that way, but I do appreciate the opportunity to work here :)
Free lunches Mangers are Amazing!
Supervisors & lots of pressure to sell.
They have a cap for all Department managers, lots of duties with low pay. No opportunities to move up unless you suck it up for your manager. Demand your life with nothing to show for it.....
Even if this was a temporary job they could have been nicer to me on my first day instead of practically feeding me to the wolves. The HR manager had no idea how to do her job and was always messing up the time sheets and did not have any communication to the temporary employees at all. They didn't even call to tell me that I had been laid off of the temp job I had to call them after two weeks of no shifts or communications. Not to mention fellow employees seemed upset and even fed up that they had to teach someone who has had no previous job experience how to do basic things that "you should already know" like how to use a cash register.
Employee discount and long breaks
fellow emplyees are not patient or welcoming to new comers
JCP is a nice place to work in regards to people (fellow employees), and work life balance. However, management is less to be desired, as the company has chosen to save money by cutting off their heads to spite their face. Most employees are PT except for management and supervisors. With that being said, that makes it extremely challenging/impossible to get any actual work done, to include scheduling is done by use of a workload planner, which when it comes to operations, this planner is a horrible tool to use as there is never enough time in a day to accomplish tasks like pricing, clearance, and complete dock procedures like truck. The operations team is mostly scheduled 5-6 hours a day, as well as the task team. When a person visits any of the competing stores, there are employees from the task team scheduled all day, but not at JCP. Management never listens when a supervisor presents an issue, and when they do they retaliate on the supervisor by telling them that they are making excuses. To turn the company around, I suggest for senior leadership and store leadership to listen to the employees. As employees are always on the front line and see where challenges are, and have good ideas to fix those problems. Secondly, make all positions full-time except for the voluntary part-time positions, therefore there will be complete coverage of the stores and ensured growth in productivity, which in-turn means increased revenue to the company. Third, stop "overstocking" the stores by making them dumping grounds for stores that have closed. Fourth, update the technologies and systems, - több...
the loss prevention dept is full of "arrogant" "college decreed" do nothings. they openly discriminate against any one over 45 yrs old. Lazy managers who expect their staff to produce all the statistics and double standards is the norm. The retail side of Penny's was the real professional side. store management cared about their staff . The loss prevention side didn't care less as long as they looked good. Loss prevention is a dangerous job, and when your manager is to scared to walk out the door with you there is a problem. very sad.
bad loss prevention management.
Jcpenney seems to have a lot of favouritism. There is no guidance or direction to what or where you'll be working at the time of your shift. They then expect you to do yours plus 2 other peoples job and responsibility. It doesnt make sense when you first get trained it seems as if everything will run smooth but once you are out there you feel lost and unappreciated.
It was a great place to work as you were folding clothes its a good way to checkout what clothes you might want to buy later and nice discounts employers and management were very friendly towards one another I would recommend a friend to work there.
JC Penney was a great place to work for in the 80s and 90s. Eventually started going down hill after that. They didn't treat people with respect or acknowledge them like they used to. There was retaliation when they said there never would be. They threw away alot of good people when they let over 100,000 go per the ceo.
at jcpenney you will find friendly people,great customer service and great experience shopping what you like, great deals,discounts, and quality.Management is great and very understanding,the hardest part of the job is dealing with bad customers trying to rob or get away with lies. the most enjoyable is making customers happy.
good food, breaks are fair, nice coworkers and good rewards.
not always will you work full time, and no health insurance
I would NOT recommend working here. Not sure if it's just the location that I was at, but supervisors and management are HORRIBLE. On my first day someone stole a black trash bag full on levis and Nikes and they were not stopped because security was sitting in the breakroom the whole time. Also, shoes and electronics get stolen all the time and we were told to just throw away and ignore the empty boxes we found. I was told on multiple occasion to hide merchandise behind clothing and saw many employees doing so, in order to avoid putting stuff back in its place. They promise to work with your school schedule and pride themselves on that but they don't. All in all, it was very awful.
poor management, short breaks