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7 days ago

HR Lead (Desert Hot Springs

Sears Holdings Desert Hot Springs, CA

**This highly motivated individual will both implement and coordinate human resources functions within Kmart stores. He/she will have responsibility… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager, Home Improvement #1968 Palm Desert, CA job in PALM DESE

Sears Holdings Palm Desert, CA

• Adhere to the Assistant Store Manager scheduling requirements (weekly exceptions must be approved by the Store Manager) o 95% of time spent on the… Beyond.com


19 days ago

Automotive Center Manager - Hemet, CA job in HEMET

Sears Holdings Hemet, CA

The Auto Center Manager (ACM) is responsible for managing all aspects of the Auto Center. The ACM drives superior results by selecting, coaching and… Beyond.com


12 days ago

Automotive Center Manager

Sears Hemet, CA

/Skills/Experience Requirements In-Store Administration • Develop a high performance team by recruiting, selecting, hiring… Monster


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager, Home Improvement #1968 Palm Desert, CA

Stores - Sears Palm Desert, CA

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


7 days ago

Backroom Associate

Sears Holdings Hemet, CA

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


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    Everything is Perfect Except the Psychology

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    Current Employee - Footwear MCA  in  Lawton, OK
    Current Employee - Footwear MCA in Lawton, OK

    I have been working at Sears part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The products we sell are the most important thing. That's what brings the customers in. The products are very good, and the presentation is very good. Shelves are clean, items are organized, salespersons are friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. MCA's are efficient and hard working. Cashiers are cheerful and smart. Managers are awesome. The managers devote themselves to the store and work very hard at every detail all the time. They are nice and helpful and fair. The backroom crew is professional and clean. Everyone is doing their best and doing it well. I like the music and the atmosphere. It is a great shopping environment.

    Cons

    There's just a negative aura at work. My immediate boss is never happy. She never says anything nice. Meetings are all about numbers, get more numbers, bigger numbers, push the customers for more emails and credit contacts. The customers don't like it. They can't "shop their way" when they're constantly being pushed to give up personal information. They've already given everything they've got, there is no more. Quit milking the credit cow she's dry. A lot of employees are rude to each other or seem unhappy. Employees are also customers, treat them as if they had some value. As far as psychology, for god's sake give compliments to your employees! How hard would it be to say "Hey I noticed you picked up that trash" or even "I see that you were trying to do the right thing but here's where you went astray." Psychology. Lead with the good news, then gently break the bad news. Pat on the back once in awhile.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be a nice store. Be friendly. Say nice things to your customers and your employees. Customers don't have much money, they don't want long drawn-out contracts. They want quick quality purchases. Quit milking the credit cow she's dry. Use psychology, Give compliments to your employees! Say "Hey I noticed you picked up that trash" or even "I see that you were trying to do the right thing but here's where you went astray." Psychology. Lead with the good news, then gently break the bad news. Pat on the back once in awhile. Employees are also customers, treat them as if they had some value.

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