Here are the first 200 Kohl's getting Sephora shops. However, Kohl's said store locations are subject to change: Link
Link to announcement and discussion on this sub from December 2020.
And old woman came up to my coworker and I at the jewelry counter, she was asking where the timex watches were, we pointed out where they were and then she goes “I’d like to speak to a manager” so my coworker and I said “we can get her for you, is there something wrong? Maybe we can help” she then goes “I can’t believe you guys sell nose rings here” I looked at my coworker confused asf and said “no we don’t sell body jewelry here” and she begins to go on a tangent saying “all these young girls with all the piercings and tattoos look so horrible, they’re criminals with no jobs nor contributing to society” my coworker looked right at me and I was angry, I’ve had colored hair, piercings since I was 14, tattoos since I was 18 and I’m an alternative girl. I’ve been putting up with this garbage for years from family members, former employers, schools and complete strangers and it gets exhausting after awhile. I have two hoops in my nose, septum piercing, and a tongue ring (I also have tattoos bc they weren’t showing) so I stood back, pulled my mask down and tuck out my tongue. She was horrified. I pulled my mask up and said “well I have piercings, tattoos, bright red hair and Im not a bad person, I have a job, I’m contributing to society and I don’t have a criminal record. Maybe you shouldn’t be so judgmental when we’re seeing clean cut politicians committing crimes in front of our eyes everyday, but I’ll go get my manager for you” I called my manger over who is tall, beautiful and has two nose rings. She came over, I explained the situation and showed here where the woman went, she pulled her nose out of her mask and said “okay I got this I’ll be right back” next this I see is this old woman leaving the store mumbling and my manager walked over laughing. One thing I can say that’s great about kohl’s is we really do not judge based on physical appearance. Which is something that is very hard to come across
Kohl's has triple rewards thru Feb 28 when you use your Kohl's credit card right now.
Obviously, you get Kohl's cash for anything you buy from Kohl's, but adding on the rewards is a nice little bonus right now, especially on the sets that don't go on sale too often.
Both of these are approximately 32% in rewards. Way more than the 5 or 10% in VIP points you get directly from Lego. Kohl's cash can be used March 1 thru 14.
Unfortunately, they don't have much of anything on sale right now, and their selection of larger sets that are rarely discounted is pretty slim, but if you were considering any of them, it might be worth a look.
How do you guys cope with loud noises, over stimulation, and the general chaoticness of Kohls in a healthy way? I'm trying to take better care of myself. All of my coping mechanisms in the past have been really unhealthy, but have made me into a pretty good associate. I do everything normally without compliant (registers, 500, CS, Jewelry, bopus, basically anywhere back up or help is needed). I recently found out I had high blood pressure so I started eating healthier and cutting back on my coffee. Which sounds like it should be easy, but I literally live for coffee I used to only drink water once or so a week and everything else was coffee. It gives me that feel good brain feeling on my breaks I need when I'm being yelled at by Karens for eight hours. It appears to be all that was holding me together because in the past two days I've been really snippy and crappy. I would think it would be withdrawals or something, but I started all of this two weeks ago and I think I'm past that point.
To be fair everyone in the store is under a lot of stress, but I feel like I normally deal with it better. It doesn't help that we're having our vortex replaced and I can hear all the electric whirring and beeping and general noise from the dock in the kids department where I work. It massively overstimulates me. I ended up having a panic attack in the back of the home department yesterday because everything in my store is just too much right now. I don't want to quit I like my job and the people, but I don't want to end up upsetting any of my coworkers or losing my job because I finally flip out at a rude customer or straight up clock them in the face.
I just have to share what happened today. So I was covering a customer service break and this lady comes up to the counter. She hands me some Kohl’s cash and says “I haven’t been able to use this because of the coronavirus, are you able to still use it?” I look down at it and the first thing I notice is it says “now accepting Amazon returns at kohl’s!”...which means it’s OLD. THIS KOHL’S CASH EXPIRED IN JULY 2019! It’s been almost TWO YEARS MA’AM. ALSO THE CORONAVIRUS DIDNT SHUT DOWN OUR STORES UNTIL LIKE MARCH OF 2020??? So no you can’t still use it 😂
Hi! You can delete this if it breaks any of the rules but I just learned about this recently.
I know that when you're at POC you have to ask customers if they're using their Kohl's card, ask if they want one, and tell them about the discount it'll get them. Most people just say no and I found out that a lot of my coworkers hate asking people to apply for a card lol. My friend told me that while she was working at customer service yesterday, one of the managers just kept bugging this lady about getting a card until she yelled "I don't want your f-ing Kohl's Card!" and the manager finally left her alone about it.
Has it always been like this or have managers been strict about getting credit recently? I hate asking people if they want to apply for a card after they say no the first time, and I don't wanna bug them about it so much that they don't wanna shop at Kohl's again. I also saw someone on here say that the managers are trying to get people to ask customers about it at Amazon, which sucks cause I don't think that's their job.
Hi everyone, my kajal and eyeliner are almost over and I'm on the hunt for a new one. I was using Nykaa's Eyem 24/7 kajal and I really liked it! But I'd love to explore more options. The LA girl one seems nice. Currently using a felt tip liner by Sugar cosmetics and I'm not very impressed. I always prefer felt tip liners because of ease but this one is okayish.
Link your favourite kajal/Kohls/and eyeliners down below please! I know indian makeup is incomplete without them 💛
I thought this might be worthy of discussion, but what do you think might be the post-Kohl's future of the Chaps brand. With Kohl's exiting the brand and Ralph Lauren Corporation moving the brand to a 100% licensed out model, do you think the brand might have a bleak future? The two other major retailers for the brand are Belk and Amazon, but I don't think they sell nearly as much Chaps as Kohl's. Could main competitor IZOD benefit from the loss?
Lately our music has been really good. Kohl’s has been playing really popular throwbacks and even current trendy songs from tiktok or artists like TheWeeknd and SZA.
Has anyone noticed this too??
I once worked for LP at kohl’s and recently quit. So if you want know anything about kohl’s LP ask away.
Does it take time to reflect on my accounts or is it something I have to dispute with Experian, Credit Karma? Or should I leave it if it would negatively impact my credit score if I brought it up
I feel like every time a customer gets customer service from a kohls.com rep they get told the wrong thing. Today, a customer brought in a return she was only doing because kohls.com told her they couldn’t do a price adjustment. They had her reorder the item then return the original order, but told her the kohl’s cash would not be affected or change. She had spent the kohl’s cash so of course my register told me the refund was being reduced. She was of course upset because she was told her kohl’s cash would not be affected. I took care of her, but I wish kohls.com would stop telling customers the wrong thing.
I know these types of posts get annoying but I was offered a position in Kohl’s as LP and they didn’t tell me a ton about what I’d be doing. I read somewhere that they do a lot of fitting room stops and a lot of it is apprehension based. Do you guys know if this is the same with the pandemic now? I’ve only assisted in a handful of apps at target even though I’ve been with them for a good 3ish years. Never gone hands on. Just wondering if I should play it safe or try it out. If you’re a tss you know we’re basically useless for the time being.
Just landed a interview with kohl’s for the Loss prevention officer position. Does anyone know much about the kohl’s LP department and how do they pay ?
Not available on Amazon, but on sale with free ship to store for $11.24 at Kohls.
Does anyone else ever get that one customer who returns merchandise they initially paid for with their charge card, but turned around and paid it off immediately with cash or debit; and they STILL get angry and demand cash back for their refund because they paid it off right after? I try to make it make sense for them, but no matter what I say, it’s like it doesn’t register to them that they basically are “paying a bill” when they turn around and pay it off immediately. One customer even said to me, “Well, you shouldn’t encourage customers to pay it off immediately. I didn’t even want a card, I just wanted 35% off”. This is probably my most dreaded customer conflicts I have to deal with.
I have a pending Amazon return. Choices are UPS store, or take it to nearest Kohl’s.
I picked UPS Since there’s one near me. First try, the line for service was out the door. F that. There’s another UPS Store down the street. I go in and similar to past experience returning with Amazon, I figured they just take the package and scan my barcode and that’s that. But this store wants to have me email them the label and then charge me $3 for the “computer time” to receive the email and print the label.
Yea, I could have printed the label at home, but that meant I had to go back home. Instead I contacted Amazon and they reset the return to go to Kohl’s instead. Walked the item in, they scanned my phone, and that was that. Not only was it simple, but as soon as they scanned the item for return, I got the notification that my refund was issued.
Meanwhile, as I was at the ups store, another customer was complaining that they were trying to charge her for something that’s free to do if you’re on their website. Apparently The UPS Store is reigning king of nickel-and-dime’ing you to death.
Yes those places have to pay rent and pay their people. I totally get it. But in the context of making an Amazon return, Kohl’s is the winner
It looks like Kohl's is dropping the Chaps (Ralph Lauren's lower cost brand) brand by the end of the year. This will leave Belk and Amazon as the primary retailers for the brand. While some Kohl's stores and Kohls.com have received some Spring 2021 inventory, Kohl's will no longer carry the brand by the end of the year.
I wonder what will be the future for Chaps. Note that Chaps is being fully licensed out. Could IZOD (Chaps' main competitor) benefit from this? Kohl's also carries IZOD. It seems like IZOD has been a bit more innovative in design than Chaps.