Sears Jobs & Careers in Cheektowaga, NY

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30+ days ago

Quality Maintenance Technician II -Amherst, NY

Stores - Sears Buffalo, NY

The Quality Maintenance Technician II (QMTII) will provide unit level support for maintenance and safety standards, to include the performance of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

HVAC Installation Sub-Contractors Needed

Sears Home Improvements Buffalo, NY

WHY BECOME AN AUTHORIZED CONTRACTOR WITH AN ESTABLISHED NATIONAL COMPANY? • No out of pocket investment for your business • Jobs are sold for you… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager Trainee (ASMT)#1984-BUFFALO, NY

Stores - Sears Buffalo, NY

program. The program consists of, but is not limited to, facilitated, job shadowing, on‐the‐job, self‐study, and online training. At the conclusion… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - Consultative Sales Associate in Cheektowaga, NY
    Former Employee - Consultative Sales Associate in Cheektowaga, NY

    I worked at Sears part-time (more than 3 years)


    Made a decent wage. You can pretty much make your own schedule. Management was pretty laid back and they let you do what you need to do to make your sales with little interference.


    Working as an electronics salesperson with other salespersons can often lead to a shark "feeding frenzy" where employees step over each other just to get a sale. They should raise the base pay or offer higher more competitive commission compensations. They would cut your hours drastically if your sales were low or if you asked for a day off. It made it very hard to be able to obtain extra hours to be able to make any bigger sales. Technologies available to employees were either outdated or ahead of their time with lots of overlapping which led to confusion between both the employees and customers not to mention it was terribly inefficient.

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