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I started working here and within 3 months I was promoted to assistant. I love that they took a chance on me as I came to them with no prior experience in the work field. The hiring process was a breeze. The lady that hired me made it feel as if it was just two friends talking and getting the questions answered in a nice format.
Amazing place to train professionally for fashion and Supervisory Roles in Management; Highly recommended for High school students and Undergrad kids.
There used to be a time at jcpenneys where everyone from the smallest associate to the regional manager were able to actually be happy and it felt like the most amazing place to work even though it was a heavy workload sometimes it didn’t matter because they felt like family. Then one by one people were moved up and the ones that should’ve moved up weren’t moved just renamed and it started to turn into a cold and dark place some of the managers started being snobby and above you and put themselves on a pedestal and by then it was just another place I really really used to love working there I met so many amazing people customers and friends alike but now it is a store in agony a shell of its former self I can barely go in there without remembering that it was my first job and that I liked it there so much at first I cried when it was my last day because everyone had come to be my family. But now it’s an emotionless place.
Bad management no incentives to do better either you do good or you don’t get hours
Jcp is a good job for students or people looking for part time work. Schedule is very flexible and the pay is minimum. Not a place to try and advance unless you obtain a bachelors degree you won’t get far.
Great break area. Flexible hours.
No advancement opportunities unless you have a bachelors degree.
The location I was at was very clean and friendly. Being a manager there for a year was a great experience and gave me new light on different companies and their styles (I was a manager at Albertson's for 3 years). I loved the employees and how they gave me hints on the very complicated cash registers. I was treated fairly, got a lot of hours, and was awarded a $50 gift card for having the most customers sign up for their credit card (which offered them an extra 30% on top of other sales. So they could get 80% off their total in 1 transaction). It was an experience I will never forget.
Lots of good discounts, good people to work around
Black Friday, VERY complicated registers and software systems
This is just a job, it is fun and usually interactive and management tries their best to keep moral high. There are not a lot of advancement opportunities. A lot of college students work here due to them being flexible with your schedule.
free lunches sometimes, high moral, fun enviroment, they work with you
Short breaks, dealing with customers, sometimes having to do doubles due to people calling in
Great company culture and really good discounts. If they paid better I probably would still be there. They do have good benefits if you are considered a full time employee. Job security really depends on your position.
They provide meals often and have great discounts.
Not enough pay.
I plan daily what projects the cashiers will assist me in and we work throughout the day to keep the store well organized. I have learn that the purpose of customer service is to treat every customer with respect and how we would like to be treated in their situations. My co-workers support each other with motivation from our managers. The hardest part of my job is being on my feet eight hours a day. The most enjoyable part is to work with my co-workers and customers everday
discounted merchandise, benefits, and working with my peers
Assisting customers with any need they have. I run the front in whether it be conflicts with the registers or a conflict with an unsatisfied customer. I've learned to be very patient and how to handle situations involving customers and electronic task. I have a pretty reliable management team I work under and plenty of associates that work under me. The hardest part of my job is possible having to turn associates away from something they really want and strive for, whether hiring them or not. The most enjoyable part is working with customers daily and growing relationships with them.
We get one hour lunch breaks which is nice. Also the discount we get on the clothing
It can just be stressful having to sell our quota in credit cards
My co-workers were wonderful and always very helpful My department employees under me enjoyed working for me and followed me to other jobs in the store Really enjoyed working with others and dealing with the public The hardest part of the job was dealing with uper management because I had been there 25 years and wanted to cut back on payroll gave lots of stress to get me to leave and come back at a lower pay and with no benefits
Breaks not always given, To much stress because they didn't want long term employees
Customers were wonderful and appreciative