Lead Expert (Department Supervisor) (Current Employee), Brookfield, WI – September 21, 2014
Stocked and restocked inventory when shipments were received. Reorganized the sales floor to meet company demands.Completed weekly schedules according to payroll policies.Trained staff to deliver outstanding customer service. Contributed to merchandising ideas at team sale meetings. Resolve customers' complaints and issues in a proactive manner. Supervised – more... associates daily activity. – less
Hair Stylist (Former Employee), Fairmont MN – September 18, 2014
Cons: no health ins
I learned to work as a team and the other stylists were very good at helping the new ones build there business. the hardest part of the job was working on building your clients.The staff was fun and we all worked well as a team.
Nice place to work at. Learned some about Window Treatments, but wanted to be able to put my Interior Design degree to better use.
In-Home Custom Decorating Consultant (Former Employee), Tulsa, OK – September 14, 2014
Pros: i worked at the promenade mall so i had easy access to food for lunch.
Cons: i worked at the promenade mall. shopping had to be resisted.
A typical day at work for me while I was there was sitting in my office going through training on Window Treatments, Top Treatments, and things like that. I used a basic computer and an iPad to learn this type of detail. I familiarized myself with the basics of window treatments and how to properly cover a window with them. By this I mean, determining – more... the amount of yardage needed to make the custom curtains / draperies for each different customer. I also learned how to determine what type of window treatments each customer would want by taking out sample books for them to look through and determine what they wanted. – less
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Garden City, NY – September 14, 2014
Pros: social enviroment/financial stability/beautiful merchandise/
Cons: the store was hot/some managable angry customers
A typical day at JCP would entail employees to clock in.I would see my fellow employes and proceed to my station.I was always assigned to Juniors/Womens.Most days I would need to open the registers.As the lines would begin to form I would say politely ''Can I help you please?''I would ring the customer up asking "Would you like to open a JCP account – more... and save 20 percent?''Depending upon the customers response I would assist them and thank them for shopping with JCP.I appreciate your business.During slow periods I would clean the merchandise on the floor.If need merchandise came in I would put them out from the Z racks.At the end of a day I would clock out. – less