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30+ days ago

HR Specialist

Sears Holdings Hoffman Estates, IL +2 locations

* Interfaces and partners with HR departments and other company departments to ensure timely and efficient resolution of HR issues and in… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

2015 Retail Leadership Development Program - College

Sears Holdings Elmhurst, IL

managers in order to ensure the implementation of corporate merchandising, operations, and human resources programs and directives. Controls expenses… Beyond.com


8 days ago

HR Lead

Sears Holdings Chesterton, IN +2 locations

**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

2015 Retail Leadership Development Program - College (NATIONWIDE) job in ELMHURS

Sears Holdings Elmhurst, IL

managers in order to ensure the implementation of corporate merchandising, operations, and human resources programs and directives. Controls expenses… Beyond.com


19 days ago

HR Lead (Lansing, IL) job in LANSING

Sears Holdings Lansing, IL

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


3 days ago

HR Lead (Chesterton, IN) job in CHESTERTON – new

Sears Holdings Chesterton, IN

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

Store Manager Trainee (SMT

Sears Holdings Oak Brook, IL

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


30+ days ago

Manager Talent Acquisition (Field Recruiting)

Sears Holdings Hoffman Estates, IL

leading a high-performance, customer-centric team. Incumbent plays a key role in building Sears Autobench talent strength and filling… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Store Manager Trainee (SMT) #1300- Oak Brook, IL job in OAK BROOK

Sears Holdings Oak Brook, IL

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


30+ days ago

HR Specialist (Bloomingdale, IL) job in BLOOMINGDALE

Sears Holdings Bloomingdale, IL

The District Human Resource Specialist is responsible for supporting HR workforce strategies at the local level including providing local support for… Beyond.com


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    Great Experience but High Turnover

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    Current Employee - Assistant Buyer  in  Hoffman Estates, IL
    Current Employee - Assistant Buyer in Hoffman Estates, IL

    I have been working at Sears full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    I started here as an intern and came back full-time. The experience is very rewarding with a lot of training and involvement with cross-functional teams. My peers in similar positions at other retailers do not come close to holding the same amount of responsibility, which Sears gives you an edge. Compensation is about standard, but you can get promoted relatively quickly if you put forth a little extra effort. I haven't seem much micromanagement in my positions. Great people to work with and much to get involved in outside of work. Strong culture. Large cafeteria with good food. Easy commute for those who live in downtown Chicago; bus service.

    Cons

    The stigma of working for Sears or Kmart can be depressing, as well as seeing losses every quarter. Eddie Lampert does not know how to address obvious issues with the company (ex: push toward technology, yet stores are in terrible shape). Slim to no chance of bonuses. Turnover is extremely high. Leadership is typically hired from outside the company. Promotions sometimes are made by opportunity, not by qualifications/experience. In the short run, a great stepping stone to advance your career, but chatter that we will need to worry in 2017...

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Address the obvious issues. Reward and promote those who deserve to be, but not just because the position needs to be filled. Renovate our best stores as our customers aren't tech-savvy. Take more chances on products that are competitive, not what we have been doing for years. Keep doing a great job pushing culture, which helps employees stay positive and driven.

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