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Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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I worked at Kohl's part-time (Less than a year)
- Good training program for new employees. - Flexible hours, easy to get time off. - Easy to communicate and get help with radios on everybody. - Fellow co-workers easy to deal with. - Employee discount (not very high)
- Low pay for the job - Poor managers, they often don't follow up when needed. - Work schedules are not emailed, hard copies at the facilities only. (Proves to be troublesome when working a very scattered schedule. Requires you to go to the facility every week to check schedule even if you aren't working = waste of time) - Depending on location, very messy customers create more work than needed. - Unrealistic new credit card account goals, they flip out if not met, and eventually will change position or fire. - May not get the job that they hired you for.
Advice to Management
As mentioned in the Cons, get with the 21st century, use emails more for scheduling and communicating with other employees. Give new hires the positions they were hired for, and depending on the location, such as for me I worked in the Redmond, WA location, increase pay for the amount of work creates by customers. Don't give short cuts when in the training program. Make it mandatory that they complete everything to know the store and where each item is. Don't let managers try to short cut through this, that made it extra challenging for me when I started. Last thing, the employee discount sucks. The discount difference between being a employee and a customer is $5 or $10 dollars at times.