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    Mostly positive experience working at Justice, with a few drawbacks.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Manager
    Current Employee - Manager

    I have been working at Justice Just for Girls full-time


    Justice is one of the only retailers I've worked for that values and understands the importance of your home life and personal needs, with a huge emphasis on making sure you have two days off a week and excellent benefits and Paid Time Off perks (if you're a full-time employee). Overall, our area's clientele is friendly and easy to work with, and it can be very rewarding helping some of our "tween" girls boost their confidence and self-esteem while shopping with them. Our upper management (in this area, at least) is incredibly supportive (for the large part) and our staff is mostly filled with fun, hard-working people.


    The pay is not competitive at all. Although the benefits are very good, I think wages need to be raised. Also, there is a lot of "double-work" caused by frequent changes and updates with promotions, marketing, and visuals. It can be frustrating at times constantly changing all of the store's signage, explaining various discounts and coupons to customers, and effectively completing all the freight, markdown, and other tasks in the time given while making sure to prioritize the customer, delegate and follow-up with employees, and guarantee payroll is in line with requirements. Additionally, we are sometimes scheduled with one-person coverage for the entire store for hours at a time, which can be overwhelming during busier moments, and makes it really difficult to multitask assisting customers, performing tasks, answering the phone, checking e-mails, completing paperwork, and deterring theft.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    More competitive wages would attract even more talent and prevent current employees from leaving for better pay elsewhere. Overall, more consistency with planning marketing changes, and hopefully reducing the frequency of them, would help. A reworking of the scheduling templates to greatly reduce single-person coverage would be beneficial for the company as well--it would cost more, but the quality of service would improve with more than one person on the salesfloor, making for a better experience for the customer and better coverage for deterring theft and completing tasks.

    Positive Outlook

Justice Just for Girls Interviews

Updated Dec 10, 2014
Updated Dec 10, 2014

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    Sales Associate - Seasonal Interview

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    Anonymous Employee
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 2 daysinterviewed at Justice Just for Girls.

    Interview Details

    The interview only lasted a few minutes. She mostly just asked about my schedule. She asked if I had a family member who shopped at Justice, and I told her about my younger sister. I was surprised at how short the interview was, but she had multiple interviews to get through that day.

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Website shopjustice.com
Headquarters Port Saint Lucie, FL
Size 6 to 15 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Retail
Revenue Less than $1 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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