almost everyday management always had negative things to say but in their minds thinking it will boost us up to be better in our jobs. When you hear it every day you start to feel that work is a place of punishment, and they dangle your job over your head telling you ways you could get fired. My lead manager was the nicest in the store, and I could always talk to her when there was a problem such as with my co workers who were what i'd say the more favorable in higher management. Because they could do no wrong. There was things they would say that was truly not OK, and I tried to go higher than HR and they said they would deal with it but they brushed it off because its not that big of a deal. It was sad also because our paychecks were always different, no matter the hours we worked. Nothing is guaranteed, and you have to be OK with that.
In the salon its not a team and there's nothing anyone could do to make it a team so out of the 17 people who worked there only 4 actually did what they were supposed to do. Worked on their clients, knew what was appropriate and inappropriate to say out loud, help fold towels, restocking and staying off your phones on the salon floor.
I truly wish I had something positive to say about working there, jcpenney doesn't pay well enough to treat their employees as awful as they do. And even if they pay more, nobody deserves to be treated as such.
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