- MENOMONEE FALLS, WI
Rating 4 out of 5 307 reviews
Alright training. Management is nice and understanding. Good as an entry level job for teens. Employee discount is not a lot.
I love to help customers so I thought working here would be the perfect home for me. At first working here felt like a dream, but then I started seeing subtle changes that became larger ones. First, the pay of just-over minimum wage was fine with me at first (especially since helping customers was the goal). But then customers became nasty and mean. I expected a little of this, but weeks became months. When you have customers using fowl language, it starts becoming an issue with me. The managers wouldn’t relocate me to a different position even after they said they would. When I asked for a set schedule I was given a week off without pay. I started hearing that long-term employees (10-20 year veterans) weren’t happy with how things were going in the company either. Don’t get me wrong, my store probably is one of the best to work for, but they need to correct some managerial issues.
I make a habit of coming in to earn Kohl's Cash. I now have 80-90% of my wardrobe from Kohl's now & had a 200% increase in the amount of jewlery I own. I wish the workers wouldn't be afraid of saying matters they disagree with other coworkers while working. Sometimes it's much later (up to one-half hour to one hour later than the schedule states for the day) when closing the building Some managers tell the associates not to check the fitting rooms because it's the manager's job, but not checking the fittings rooms in the evening causes everyone to leave the building later. The fittings rooms are so messy and I'm embarrassed as a worker for the customers. I don't see any workers cleaning them out in the evening at some locations and it just makes work pile up. Also, I'd like to suggest a College Tuition Assistance program to be considered or set up. It would help me a lot as a student.
Hours are flexible, but there's no instore control over the ac, and they value credit goals above all else. Half-jokes from management about only taking breaks or going home after credit goal is reached are common, and workers' hours are cut if they do not reach those goals. There is a refusal to raise worker's wages above the minimum, even with most other department stores in the area paying several dollars above. Store management cites credit being enough, but employee only receive $0.50 for each credit earned - and this only benefits cashiers.
It was a friendly laid back place, the managers were friendly, the work hours were flexible. I enjoyed the extracurricular activities kohls cares provided such as the beach clean up or the angels stadium set up.
everything was a great learning experience.
everything was a great learning experience.
Kohl's is generally a great place to work, especially for people who are looking for a lot of customer interaction. Customer service is the top priority here!
The staff was very interactive and helpful to work with. The only thing that was weird was the incentives program because it felt biased towards certain workers.
I enjoyed the people and the atmosphere at this job. I personally worked in Virginia at one of their stores so this is not in regards to the headquarters but that was the only option. Management was average, they could do better with trying to hire and scheduling was also not good at times.
KOHLS has a Variety of departments that best fit your skills. You not only get to help customers save, but also make great connections with them.
I worked part time at kohl’s for about 2 years. It was a good company before the pandemic and now they don’t even care about your health. They also don’t care if they push you over the brink. That’s my personal experience with the company but my managers and co workers were the best so it really depends on how your specific store operates.
I enjoy working here, the management is competent and friendly, my coworkers are pleasant and helpful. I enjoy being able to help customers and solve problems. I feel like the pay could be higher.
I’ve worked at Kohl’s on and off for 5 and a half years now and I’ve enjoyed it. The managers a super understanding if you have to change your availability for whatever reason. All of my coworkers are friendly and approachable. Another plus is that if you want to try working in a different section of the store (example: you do registers a lot but you want to try customer service) the managers would be more than happy to train you.
I loved working at Kohl's. I really liked all of my coworkers. Shifts were easy and went by fast because there was always something to do. Overall, it was a great job to have.
Working at Kohl's is a great opportunity to learn how to do many tasks, work with many different people, work with customers and learn how to be eco-friendly! I love how diverse Kohl's is and how I get to meet and work with so many different people. The management at Kohl's is great, they are friendly, caring and open to hearing suggestions that workers or customers have. Everytime I walk into work, it is a great feeling, I am always greeted by several people. I got hired for one particular job but after being there for almost two years, I have learned how to do several different jobs. The company always makes me, employees and customers feel welcome, appreciated and cared for and I am glad I work there!
Marina location: I worked here for a seasonal position in the stockroom. It was pretty easy and very busy during the holidays. No one ever got mad if you messed up and there was no quota pressure. Just do the best and most you can and you'll be fine. The other staff was friendly. The customers were ok. The pay was meh but they were very flexible with hours.
Pay is minimum wage when most other retail stores are paying $4-5 more. It is a lot of work because we are low staffed after holiday seasons. However, schedules are super flexible and the people are generally nice. It all depends on the people you work with, they can make or break your experience.
This is definitely a minimum wage job. As a part time, minimum wage worker, who goes to school, this job can be a lot to handle. The coworkers I have met through the job are all amazing and for the most part I enjoy my managers as well. But we are definitely treated as minimum wage workers with not being able to get our voice heard as much as possible. There is also definitely stress to the job when trying to do things such as selling credits.