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Between 32 & 40 hour's
Answered July 14, 2023
Break times
Asked June 28, 2022
Two 15 minute breaks paid for myself
Answered June 28, 2022
100 percent it was always 4 hours a day
Answered May 21, 2022
What’s full time hours work?
Asked October 16, 2021
35-40 hours.
Answered October 16, 2021
Yes they will fire you or cut your hours to only three hours a week which isn’t even a shift and no point in even coming to work.
Answered April 10, 2021
Yes they are hiring during the COVID outbreak.
Answered February 24, 2021
No part time available
Answered July 27, 2020
JcPenney Modesto does not take proper precautions during COVID. No such thing as 6 fr social distance, allowing tons of people in fitting room. Also associates are working with masks and refusing to turn on the AC so customers are also complaining about how hot it is. Two cashiers allowed at a quad resulting in super long lines and there’s no head count on how many people are entering the store.
Answered July 1, 2020
What is first shift hours
Asked May 23, 2020
You are expected to keep an open availability but they do not schedule you enough hours to survive on this job alone resulting in high turnover.
Answered May 23, 2020
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