JCPenney-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Tuscaloosa, AL
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The GM can be hard to work with, as he thinks he’s always right and resistant to any new ideas or change, and occasionally lashes out at employees for making complaints or challenging him. There are never enough people scheduled, so you are expected to do the work of 5 people and never get your own work done. The company has no money to bring in more people, so being there just feels like a burden and the GM always tries to guilt people for complaining about this issue. There have also been many promises of promotions that have never followed through
No room for growth, false promises, bad management
I worked here part-time for almost two years as a second job, and it was so much fun! Management at my store was great about working around my full time job schedule. They had rewards for upselling, and contests and drawings with great prizes. The employee discount was the highest in the mall, so dressing for the job was fun and inexpensive. I would work there again.
This company is going downhill FAST! At my store in AL, our new GM is running things differently than I have ever seen in a retail environment. I was offered a promotion with a raise, but when I asked when I would be starting my GM said he was unsure if the position would continue to exist at our store. However, he admitted to saying, in a meeting I did not attend, that they needed to find someone to fill that position. They don’t promote within. They hire brand new people to fill advanced positions. They take advantage of their employees. I was responsible for FOUR jobs (merchandising assistant, cashier assistant, managing jewelry, and pricing/signing) for the same wage I was being paid as a merchandiser with no other responsibilities. When I told my GM I felt taken advantage of, he said, “Taken advantage of is the perfect way to put it!” He didn’t offer a raise or any solutions. JCPenney doesn’t mind abusing their employees and getting as much work out of someone for as little money as possible. Do yourself a favor and find a different place to work!!! Plenty of other retailers out there that pay better, value employees, and promote from within!!! Especially if you’re looking at the Tuscaloosa store for employment.
Low wages, overworked, no promotions, false promises, credit applications
SAYS ONE THING BUT NEVER FOLLOWS THEOUGH WITH AGREED UPON ARRANGEMENTS MADE WHEN HIRED. Pay is not excellent. Job security is always in question. Never trains you for the job, as they should.
5 hour shifts
Amount paid pre hour!
I work on the truck team so early mornings. That being said, I'm out by 10 or 11am everyday I work. It's pretty laid back and you are able to make decisions on your own. Management could be better, but that is a struggle where ever you go. They work well with your availability and dealing with the public is sorta nice especially when you know everything about the store. It is a very easy job, but you do have to use your head whether you are a manager, cashier, merchandiser, or on the truck team. I love working here, but I think it is my time to look for a new one so I can grow.
discount. direct deposit.
management. not promised hours.
two or three days to work in the morning it is very comfortable to work with cashman to make sure everything counting for balance and make deposit in the bag for the bank. Employee, and manager are very nice culture. I do quick paced and feel good I like part that job for cashman.
Arrive at work and start with clients, communicate with clients and learn information about others, management could be a lot better especially salon manager. The workplace is diverse, the hardest part of the job is working with clients that want to come in and get something for free, complaining about hair styles, etc., the most enjoyable part of the job of course is when you can go in and have a good day satisfying you clients.
you can make your own hours
most of the money goes to the company
Typical day at work is arriving, unloading the merchandise from the truck, organizing it by brand, size, etc. Hardest part of the job is TRYING to put out the merchandise because the sales floor is really unorganized and there's no recovery. Which makes it really hard to replenish new merchandise on top of "old" merchandise. Not to mention for the amount of work being done, pay should be more than $8/hour. If you're really into merchandising though and learning what it's like behind the scenes at a department store, then this would be a decent introduction for you.
Employee discount, flexibility with scheduling
management doesn't seem to care, aren't hands-on and lack of communication; no advancement opportunities
It is a good place to work but the management is not what it used to be a couple of years ago. Everyone that works there is pleasant to be around.