Descent gig. As long as you handled your business you were fine. Meet a lot of people which is probably the most enjoyable thing about the job. Working on holidays is probably the hardest thing about the job.
Getting the store ready to open making sure all products are ready to be sold and the displays were organized ready to sell. Handling customers making sure they leave the store happy and purchased what they were looking for. Hardest part of the job was the difficult in making a customer decide because they don't know what they want. The most enjoyable part of the job was the satisfaction of the customer.
My time at JC Penney was great, it was my first real full length job where I met some people that I am still in contact with today. A typical day here was full of fun and exitement. The managers were always understanding and willing to help if possible.
Working for this company was great, leaned point of sale to surpervisor. Over the holidays was the busiest time of the year, it was hectic, but I loved attending the customers, and making sure everything ran smooth.
I started JCPenney as a sales associate and was able to advance my career in this company. I ended my job as a Sales Leader (manager). I opened and closed the store, handled problems with both customers and associates. I ran the register when needed.
A typical day at work was putting on a smile no matter how bad I felt. JCPenney was all customer service and basically that's what I was entitled to do. I enjoyed helping customers as well as my co-workers. I learned how to be responsible, follow directions, work as a team mate, and etc. The managers always said I was great for the company. I was always on time and never got written up. The hardest part of the job was lugging clothes out of the fitting because customer would try on more than enough clothing and leave all of it in the fitting room. Overall it was a easy job for me.