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I was hoping we were on the way to recovery, but I guess I was wrong. It looks like JCPenney is on the death watch for this year together with Sears and Toys R Us. Dust off your resumes, everybody... read more
JCPenney is closing Hampton Village store in St. Louis. Sad end for a store that has stood there for nearly seven decades. I feel for 45 people who will be laid off as a result of this. This store is outside the already announced 138 stores, which... read more
What are your honest thoughts about the likelihood of us surviving 2018 and beyond. There is so much speculation about the BK that I am not even sure that we can make it through the year. I am no finance person, and I'd be curious to see if there... read more
I used to like working here. I truly did. But things have changed so much in the past several years that this became a completely different company. Scheduling s---s, plain and simple. Whether you are available or not, if the store thinks they need... read more
i'm sick and tired of being required to harass our customers into submitting credit card applications... not everybody wants it, we are antagonizing them into not returning if we continue on like this... i especially don't appreciate being threatened... read more
Got out after a year, but this was by far the worst job I ever had. Management's among the worse I've ever seen. Management at the store's completely unprofessional. The way they dress, bully employees, yell at staff with customers around... Those... read more
Dear JCPenny management, since you obviously have no idea what you're doing, here's a little lesson from the front lines. To earn money we have to sell our products. To sell our products we need customers. To have customers, we need to make sure they... read more
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I spent last 10 years with our company and it'd be a real shame if they were to decide to lay people off from our offices in Plano.
The company needs to get back to basics. Customer service employees that care about their jobs, customers and the stores they work in. I'm sure Mr JC Penney is rolling over and over seeing how his company has gotten so far away from the golden rule... read more
Our store closed this month in Athens Texas! So sad! We were a great store with good employees!
The company needs to get back to basics. Customer service employees that care about their jobs, customers and the stores they work in. I'm sure Mr JC Penney is rolling over and over seeing how his company has gotten so far away from the golden rule -... read more
working here's getting more frustrating every day. in addition to low pay, issues with scheduling, and absolutely no recognition for our hard work, the environment at my store has become increasingly more toxic day in day out. managers are... read more
Talk about having skewed priorities. It seems that the higher-ups at JC Penny have decided that customer experience is not even remotely as important as credit sales. If we disregard the fact that there are not nearly enough of us to make sure... read more
JC Penny is nearly at the top of the list of companies with the most layoffs for this year so far. The way we are going, I would not be surprised if we took the lead by the end of the year... read more
Employees make the difference. You must make the customers experience number one. Return customers is what you want. Employees need to focus on making it the best place to shop and JCP will grow and make it long term. If you don't want to help people... read more
You can whine all you want nothing changes here at JCP - I mean nothing - this are so rigid and people live in their little kingdoms, silos or fiefdoms - stone walls have been erected and you cannot change a thing here. Look at the management layer... read more
A lot of people who work at JC Penneys should be gone. I was shopping there on Sunday and i was sitting there waiting for help and all the employees there could do was argue amongst themselves. I ended up just leaving never to go back again.
Does someone have this list of stores that JC Penney is planning to close in 2017. I heard the announcement today that they will be closing stores - this the list of things that I heard: Close 140 stores That represents 14% of the total number of... read more
They've just announced, JC Penney is closing about 140 stores in next few months (from now till the end of June). This means 6000 less jobs soon. They will be offering voluntary early retirement to supply chain and store workers as well as corporate... read more
Here is the listing of JCP stores that will be closing in 2016: Walnut Square Mall in Dalton (Georgia) LaGrange Mall in LaGrange (Georgia) Gwinnett Place Mall in DuluthLagrange Mall in Lagrange (Georgia) Southbridge Mall in Mason City (Iowa) Westland... read more
Just focus on work, focus on work, work, work. I know that people are concerned but there is nothing you can do about it - yes, I did hear about layoffs in Plano.
I started with J C Penney in Early Eighties.... 1982 to be precise. I started as a temp, and was retained. I worked hard and long long long hours, won awards and was promoted many times. I moved from town to town as needed by JCPenney. I was a... read more
What is the likelihood of JC Penney layoffs in Plano in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
All employees will be laid off. New times.
Any layoffs coming ?
Having been in the industry since April of 1902, we have come a long way to become a renowned chain of mid ranged departmental stores, which have served customers for decades. However, we encountered declining sales in 2013, and had to take the... read more
33 stores closing, 2000 people being let go, in 2 years there will be no Penney - the model is dead, the company has no chance of surviving..
Anybody got hold of the list? If yes, please send it to me