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Worked temporarily for the holiday season. Constant Christmas music was too much, would have been nice to hear a normal song every now and then. Busy and slow at some points. Ok experience. Good for someone who is starting out looking for customer service experience.
This place wasnt bad i had a good time working there. The issue was that i have only claimed to work part time and during the week of Thanksgiving and Black Friday they made me work all week 5-8 shifts while still going to high school.
I worked as a Seasonal Sales Associate during the Christmas holiday and black Friday,and my mangers were great and encouraging even though I didn't know exactly what to expect as this was my first time working in a department store during this time of the season. Overall my experience working for the company was great.
I had a bad experience here. I had told the store manager multiple times (including twice during the interviewing/training process) that I could not work certain days due to my other job, but I was continuously scheduled during those times I said I could not work. When I would tell them I can't work because of my other job the insisted they did not know about it.
I had fun working at JCPenney but I had to find another part time job during weeknights and weekends because I moved to another city that will it's farther.
I was not paid for work I have done 5 weeks ago! The managers made me feel unimportant. Work is tedious and it never feels done because as soon as you fix something customers mess it up and you have to do it all over again. A lot of standing and walking.
I'm in a seasonal position that could become permanent. I love what I'm doing here at jcpenney and I like to help people as well as my fellow employees and I like the comradery of my work and my fellow employees who have been there to support and help me with the situation(s) that I come across during my typical work day that I come up to.
As soon as I was hired, my first shift was before the store opened by myself. I was told I'd get trained on how to work the cash register but nobody helped me. There were a few coworkers who were nice enough to train me, even though they didn't need to. I rarely saw the managers. When I had told them about the training thing as I was resigning, they gave me an excuse that, "training is boring and no one learns from it. so instead, we throw them out there to learn." That would've been fine if THATS WHAT I WAS TOLD.
In my time working here managers were not welcoming at all. When i was being trained i got passed around to a lot of employees because no one wanted to train me. Most of the employees didn't want to help me throughout my shifts as i was still just learning on my own. When i would go on break other employees and managers would stare and glare at me with dirty looks. I believe this was due to me being pregnant.
I enjoyed my time there and my manager and co-workers were wonderful. Like all other retail jobs however, you can't live on the pay so you have to have some other means.
My training was very quick. Person who trained me was more concerned with talking about her love life than training me or communicating with me about store procedures. I worked diligently to keep the lingerie dept and dressing rooms in a very good and neat order. I worked as a cashier and occasionally helped in the Children's dept. Management gave me 2 days notice that they couldn't keep me on.