A typical workday included staging my area with new sale signs and trying to work with the pricing team to finish the mountains of price changes that would never be finished on time and would run into every coming week. I learned how to make and print signs under their system. Management was a mixed bag, some managers seemed like they were really trying to accommodate and understand the price changing situation, while others just took a backseat and then got upset when the unreasonable deadlines weren't met. Outside of the management workplace culture was okay I got along with those on my team. The hardest part is like I stated the piles of price changes that would just run into every new week there wasn't a single day that felt like a win. The most enjoyable part was the team that I worked with.
At JC Penney’s I worked In the jewelry department where I had to be in charge over a million dollars worth of jewelry. I was responsible for the glass counters at all times. This was a job, we’re you had to be sharp.