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  • abdulhamid_mukhtar abdulhamid_mukhtar Jan 21, 2014 3:08 PM Flag

    J.C. Penney CEO Michael Ullman continues to turn around the company, he's bringing back commission pay for employees working in window coverings, furniture and fine jewelry departments, spokeswoman Daphne Avila said in an email. The change will take place in February and March and will affect 3,000 employees

    NEW YORK – As J.C. Penney CEO Michael Ullman continues to turn around the company, he's bringing back commission pay for employees working in window coverings, furniture and fine jewelry departments, spokeswoman Daphne Avila said in an email. The change will take place in February and March and will affect 3,000 employees. "As we continue to stabilize the business and regain market share, one of our most important goals is to reconnect with our customer," she said, adding commission employees often spend the most time with their customers who generally have more questions about options and installations. "Offering a competitive salary base that includes a commission incentive not only helps in retaining some of our best sales associates, it motivates them to build and maintain stronger customer relationships. It's imperative to our success
    that the customers' experience exceeds their expectations." The latest change marked another of Ullman's undoing of his short-term predecessor Ron Johnson's moves in a bid to resuscitate Penney back to health.

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