J. C. Penney Sales Associate Jobs & Careers in San Antonio, TX

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6 days ago

Commissioned Furniture Sales Associate

JCPenny San Antonio, TX

• Educates customers – You know it all. Your merchandise can get complicated and customers need your help in understanding how things work or how… JCPenny


11 days ago

Commissioned Window Coverings Sales Associate

JCPenny New Braunfels, TX +2 locations

• Educates customers – You know it all. Your merchandise can get complicated and customers need your help in understanding how things work or how… JCPenny


15 days ago

Commissioned Fine Jewelry Sales Associate

JCPenny San Antonio, TX

• Educates customers – You know it all. Your merchandise can get complicated and customers need your help in understanding how things work or how… JCPenny


12 hrs ago

Human Resource Supervisor – new

JCPenney San Antonio, TX

Store training programs You love meeting new associates and sharing your insight and knowledge about the company and how the store operates. You… Snagajob


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J. C. Penney Chief Executive Officer Mike Ullman
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    Former Employee - Talent Resource Leader  in  San Antonio, TX
    Former Employee - Talent Resource Leader in San Antonio, TX

    I worked at J. C. Penney full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Discretion to build great teams, celebration of employees was great to watch and take part in. Family atmosphere

    Cons

    Senior Management without direction, constantly seeking agenda hidden within agenda, made retail "not fun" anymore.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Look to the success of your direct reports, it speaks volumes of your character and continued success.

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