Good place for someone in high school/early college to work
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – September 27, 2017
Liked to work there back in high school, would not recommend it to someone over the age of 19. Good pay for a young kid. Retail just wasnt exactly my thing. But for someone who doesnt mind folding clothes then i would reccomend.
Store General Manager (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 19, 2017
Poor place to grow and contribute. Company can't change to be competitive with other retailers and Amazon. Operating model is very flawed and requires drastic change to become employee and customer centric.
The work was relatively easy to do, the hardest thing was keeping up with the boxes you packed up and had to add up at the end of the day. The people where slightly nosy but not hard to work with. Over all a good place to work for
JCPenney Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 19, 2017
Working at Jcpenney taught me to work with people. It gave me a lot of hospitality. It can get a little stressful hut its still a good job. I worked on the floor for almost a year and then switch to the Salon.
Pa - Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 18, 2017
Met incoming customers and provided immediate assistance.Retrieved alternate items and sizes on request.Listened to customer needs and preferences to provide accurate advice.Completed purchases with cash, credit and debit payment methods.Worked flexible schedule to accommodate changing customer levels.
Sales Associate/ Cashier (Former Employee) – Visalia, CA – October 18, 2017
A typical day of work would consist of counting the money in my till in order to make sure u had enough for the day. I was usually there in the morning so I opened up in the children's department. The workplace was a good one. the hardest part would probably have the no teamwork atmosphere.The most enjoyable part was getting to see all the merchandise first.
Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – October 18, 2017
The environment was hectic, unorganized and the management was unprofessional. People had inappropriate conversations that the management ignored, and management preached about us doing better but did nothing to help provide criticism that was beneficial. You're on your feet all day, and only got a 30 min lunch for days that were sometimes 10 hours long.