The management is horrible, communication is terrible, hours worked are always changing, strict attendance policy, managers show no compassion towards employees.
Only good about the company is the breaks, discount you receive for full time employees, and having a job.
Would not recommend this job to anyone. You are overworked and underpaid.
Train all contingent associates in each department. Head Inventory Team, Re-ticket Puerto Rico merchandise, load line on sorting machine, run all four positions of manual sorter, run virtual sorter, pull and audit inventory, detail checking and customer service.
I love that I can move around and not be stuck to the desk, most of the time. However, the workload isn't balanced with the pay. I work 3 jobs for the pay of 1. Management is pretty easy to deal with as long as you do your work and completed all your tasks.
Enjoyed working here for almost 20 years. Made lifelong friendships and gained a great deal of knowledge.
Performed many different job duties during my employment and learned something new from every job promotion that I achieved.
Everyday walking in you had a meeting about the day before an the day that's bout to start an what you're expected to do for that day. You was pushed every day for better, you are rewarded for your accomplishments. the only thing really is they over work you, deserve more pay for the work.
Loved working there it was a great job I would lo e to go back. There are a lot of great people that work there great work environment.its a clean and safe place to work they work with you if you need help.
Very fast paced and based off production. A great company to grow and also retire from. A typical work day is clocking in going to the designated area, getting rpf scanners and totes. Login in and then start picking the appropriate product.
Got to learn the many ways of receiving,use scannimg guns and conveyors for box movement.My co workers were great in helping to get the merchandise ready to go out to sales floor,and have space for the next day.The hardest part of the job was the lack of space.
Working at JCPenney was difficult with very little appreciation. The compensation and benefits were not great, and the reviews always seemed to focus on the negatives. They did not respect the individual.
Typical day at work is fielding phone calls to and from customers, checking email, receiving customer orders, paperwork.
I have learned patience, how to deal with stress, how to tackle new systems, how to deal with co-workers. I am proactive with my work and do not need supervision.
Dealing with management is a small portion of my day but they are willing to answer my questions and assist as needed.
I have a good working relationship with my co-workers. They feel like family to me.
The hardest part of my job is learning the numerous changes to our system.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the fact that I am left alone to do my job and can complete my tasks in a timely manner.
this is all the same for JC'S 5 Star Outlet everyone got along with everyone not to many of them playing favorites. Managers acted happy. Co-workers some times played stupid to get what they wanted. The hardest part was dealing with stupid people. The enjoyable part was going home at 4:30pm.