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16 days ago

Backroom Associate

Sears Holdings Cupertino, CA +4 locations

Jobs in the category are responsible for the execution of all receiving activities including unloading merchandise, merchandise preparation and…

30+ days ago

Sr. Software Engineer

Sears Holdings San Jose, CA

* Define and independently design analytical web platform framework capabilities, application components and product features * Independently…

30+ days ago

Analytics Engineer

Sears Holdings San Jose, CA

* Partner with clients to understand business needs for insights & analytics. Architect, develop, validate and communicate BI solutions like reports…

30+ days ago

Analytics Architect

Sears Holdings San Jose, CA

* Partner with clients to understand business needs for insights & analytics. * Architect, develop, validate and communicate BI solutions like…

24 days ago

Store Manager Trainee

Sears Holdings San Jose, CA

* Learns the day to day operations of maintaining and managing a Sears Full Line Retail Store. * Understands and participates in coaching selling…

24 days ago

Store Manager Trainee-San Jose, CA job in SAN JOSE

Sears Holdings San Jose, CA

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

18 days ago

Assistant Store Manager, Operations #1958 Oakridge

Sears Holdings San Jose, CA

* Executes customer focused strategies, policies and programs as measured by Customer Satisfaction Survey data and verbatim comments. * Selects…

28 days ago

Home Solutions Advisor!

Sears Roebuck and Co. Newark, CA

We are looking for self-motivated, goal oriented and ambitious individuals who enjoy working with people. If youre looking for an exciting… CareerBuilder

18 days ago

Software Engineer III

Sears Holdings Redwood City, CA

* Keeps abreast of new technology patterns and trends.Leads the evolution of standards and technology (tools, conventions and design patterns…

30+ days ago

Material Handler II, Market Delivery Organization (MDO)

Sears Holdings Milpitas, CA

• Ability to drive a lift truck, appropriate training will be conducted • Cross-train, as needed to learn all material handler functions • Must meet…

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    Sinking ship

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    Former Employee - Sears Holdings in Cupertino, CA
    Former Employee - Sears Holdings in Cupertino, CA

    I worked at Sears part-time (more than 8 years)


    Can be a Fun environment, friendly customers, great sales staff and professional. You can succeed if your thick skinned and willing to work with your sales staff. Team work is a must.


    Unrealistic goals, sales floor is over staffed and not enough customers coming in through the door.

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    Its out of the stores hands but for the company. However I think there is no solution to the problem its a sinking ship, its too late to turn it around as the customers have already walked away. Unless
    you are to follow some basic goals.
    Goal 1: Recapture customers no matter what, repeat, regular customers. Call customers back to the store and if you have to, personally invite them with a discount. Welcome them.
    Get rid of the idea that the warranty is the #1 goal, it should be down the list. Yes Profitable but your customers are what make the business.
    Goal2: Simplify your advertisements, rebates, and refer to goal #1. Eliminate competitor price matching, look over fry's advertisements. They know how to run a business.
    Goal 3: Treat your sales staff with respect, roll out the red carpet and praise them for exceed goals. Even if it means super high sales and no warranties. The goal should be top sales, and repeat customers. Pay them decently, reward them and pay them manufacture spiffs.
    Create realistic goals, individual goals, sales and warranty sales. A seasoned sales person will sell more than a new sales person. Throw out the idea of looking at sales per hour, its inaccurate and doesn't take into account of re-ringing merchandise. Average it out week per week to determine your staffing. Rarely you'll find the sales floors understaffed, your understaffed area's are in the hourly sections. If you have to higher more sales staff, pay them a overall higher commission. No one wants to come home knowing they owe Sears money.
    Goal 4: Call or mail your customers and find out what they dislike, why they are not returning. Is it the store, sales person, associate, product selection, delivery, service, rebates?
    Goal 5: Clean your stores, close the old ones, move them to new buildings, change the stores image, its outdated. Don't look at Home Depot, or Lowes, be "unique".
    Investigate, Find a Solution to the problem, Fix it ASAP

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