Justice Tween Brands
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The dress Code is very causal, but does have to be Stylish! When I went to the interview I was told that hoodies were only allowed during the winter season, and If we wore leggings, we had to place a flannel over them. Very simple wear, LOGOS are not allowed, and the dress code has to be pretty stylish to assimilate to the store environment, which is obvious, since justice is a stylish store! You can wear long sleeve shirts, short sleeve shirts, jeans and pretty much any type of shoes, but obviously not to out of the ordinary, like heels😂. Either than that it is very comfy and is easy to adapt to.

Answered July 14, 2019

In my honest opinion, the interview process was very easy going. They asked simple questions, and overall was a very fast process. At first I was very nervous, but thankfully it ran smoothly, and only took about 12 min. However, one downfall was that I scheduled the interview with the manager, and she wasn’t present at the time we agreed to meet, so I was interviewed by someone else who did the job well, but I’m not even sure if she let the manager know about the interview, since I haven’t gotten a call to get hired. Although this situation was a bit complicated, the workers there were very welcoming, but I did feel judged a bit.

Answered July 14, 2019

I applied to the Justice Tween Brands at Hillsdale, and they called me the next day I applied. The manger was quick.

Answered July 14, 2019

You really need to put yourself out there to earn those hours. New associates of course aren’t going to get 15+ hours weekly, in fact they’ll start you out on slow nights like Mondays and during the week. But, if they ask you to pick up any shifts, which they most likely will — TAKE THEM. Taking the shifts is your in to more hours; if they see you picking up someone else’s slack, theyll definitely start to just schedule you regularly. Being reliable is the best way to get the hours, pick up any shift you can. Managers are super understanding too, so ask if there’s any shifts that can be picked up or just ask nicely for more hours... but if you get them don’t complain, because that’ll just send you right back to step one.

Answered February 24, 2018

My hours were 9 - 6 and sometimes you had to work over

Answered July 18, 2018

I would make sure all employees have good customer service and try to have them come to work with the most positive attitude they can. At my justice one of the main problems is people come into work with a bad attitude which i understand everyone has that day but I want everyone to be happy to be at work, which most are!

Answered April 16, 2020

I was the one who was encharge of staffing since it was a brand new store. Background checks, job observations and references where the only steps

Answered May 29, 2017

Absolutely not. You get paid very minimum but you’re expected to do more than the managers.

Answered July 28, 2019

At my store, and another store across the street, we do monthly credit comps with a sticker board. The associate who has the most credit card apps will receive usually a $10 gift card to somewhere like Starbucks or Chick-Fil-A, some where in the mall always.

Answered February 24, 2018
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