Working here was one of the worst mistakes of my young career path. The managers took their jobs to the next level of demanding personal favors such as making team members leave the store to get them lunch or other personal items. Managers would also openly judge and criticize employees in front of customers, calling employees “slow” and “stupid” while training and learning a new position at the store. Working here was a terrible experience for me.
I would be there for the Black Friday and it just wasn’t for me, and so un organized. The work pace is great for a retired person since everyone takes there sweet Time , lol I’m more of a fast paced worker , but here , they want you to work slow enough so that you can answer customers questions and have small conversations between folding cloths . It was t for me ., I like to do my work and be done,.
The management is HORRIBLE. Good employees are generally treated horribly and overworked with no raises or accolades. Management is very VERY hostile and always looking to let go of associates. I wouldn't recommend this job to ANYONE.
JCPenney is a wonderful company to work for and they recognize associates that work hard and contribute to the sales of the store.
I have worked in retail before and they pay based on your experience and effort put forth.
Would stock and help customers. I learned how to sign a person up with a store credit card there. Management is good but co-workers are helpful. Culture has a bunch of different varieties. No hard part but enjoyable part is every worker is very kind.
By far the worst job I have ever had. The management at the time was horrible, I'm sure it hasn't changed. The only manager they had there that cared about the store or the employees was the sales manager. She creates personal relationships and understands her employees. All the other ones show up and use their title as an advantage. Don't help, sit in office all day.
Get on floor check stock to be placed out. Make sure area was clean.
fix cloths and other items. Price check. help customers with what ever they needed. Working hours late until the night and have to arrive early in the morning.
being on your feet more than 8 hours without breaks
The managers of that particular store are inadequate of managing correctly. JCPenny's leaders at the Lynnhaven store ask too much of the people that work truck. They either need to get more people or high the pay because what we do is too man for only eight people.
The job place was more lenient I had time to go to school and work on my degree. It was laid back and very simple. The managers were very good with working with employees I would refer this job to. others
Very busy and easy. The time goes by fast, while your organizing shelves, cleaning dressing rooms, making sure all clothes are one hangers and shoes are placed properly, At times to retrieve online orders and stack appliances.