Jenny Craig is amazing to be apart of. The training is a great platform that many business's don't have. It does require great communication skills and a desire to help people to reach their goals. The problem is when there are people that you work with that don't have the skills or the desire to help people that give Jenny Craig a bad name as a place to work. The people that speak about the negatives here are low leveled skilled people and therefore they don't make 25 bucks an hour like those who are highly skilled. It's sad to see the discredit of low skilled people put down this amazing company.
It is a horrible place to work. They do not value their employees. The worst thing you find out when you work there is uppermanagement doesn't care about the clients.They only care how much money they spend.
Jenny Craig used to be great. New management is horrific. Don't believe anything they tell you.
Yes, just needs some improvements in a couple of areas
Answered - Health and Wellness Consultant (Former Employee) - San Leandro, CA
If you are hoping to gain experience in sales or nutrition counseling.
Answered - Weight Loss Consultant (Current Employee) - Raleigh, NC
Yes. There are lots of opportunities for growth within the company.
Answered - Legal Administrator / Notary Public (Current Employee) - Carlsbad, CA
Jenny Craig was a great place to work for me. I had retired a few years earlier and was looking for a place that would allow me to work in sales. I was also able to help other reach their goals.
Answered - Senior Weight Loss Consultant (Former Employee) - Owings Mills, MD
It's a great company to work for but hours are cut when the store is slow therefore not insuring a steady paycheck and employees are required to work alone during day and night shifts.
Answered - CONSULTANT (Former Employee) - West Caldwell, NJ
Yes. I really miss that position. Great female staff
Answered - consultant (Former Employee) - Olympia, WA