Kohl's was my first job, and it was a great introduction to the world of retail. Kohl's' policy is basically "whatever the customer wants, the customer gets," which made cashiering a lot easier. I had the opportunity to learn other departments and stay with the departments I liked the most. Only downside (besides the standard retail downsides) is the low pay: you get hired at 5 cents above minimum wage and get 20 cent raises per year. If they paid better I probably would've stayed there longer.
Good policies, friendly coworkers, opportunities to crosstrain and focus on your favorite departments/tasks
Low pay, hours vary wildly from week to week, a lot of Karens shop there