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  • Overall good retail experience

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    I worked at J. Jill Group part-time

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    Pros

    This job was a good start of my retail career. Taught a lot about superior customer support. The management was very helpful. I received very clear directions and training as I was new to retail work.

    Cons

    Pay was not much. It would have taken me at least 2 years to be promoted and for pay raise if I stayed in that job for longer,

    Advice to Management

    Good job keep it up.


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    I applied in-person – interviewed at J. Jill Group.

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    Asked me about prior work and took a typing test. That was it. It was very casual and easy to get hired. You just have to pass a credit check.

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Website www.jjill.com
Headquarters Quincy, MA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2006
Type Company - Private
Industry Retail
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year

The J. Jill Group's fortune has been catalog fashion, and catalogs aren't so fashionable anymore. To mend its bottom line, the direct marketer turned to retail outlets and online sales, with aggressive plans to open new stores across the US; it currently operates about 205 stores nationwide. The firm targets active, affluent women ages 35 and up, and banks on its J. Jill brand. The catalog and the website offer private-label casual wear made in the US and abroad. J. Jill Group's retail operations are its fastest growing division. J. Jill was acquired in ... More

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