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30+ days ago

Full Time Pharmacist

Sears Holdings Lansing, MI

When you made the decision to make the pharmacy your lifes work, perhaps you didnt plan to also make it your life. We know you need to balance work… Beyond.com


20 days ago

Full Time Pharmacist - Lansing, MI job in LANSING

Sears Holdings Lansing, MI

When you made the decision to make the pharmacy your lifes work, perhaps you didnt plan to also make it your life. We know you need to balance work… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager Trainee (ASMT) - Central MI

Stores - Sears Lansing, MI

• Attracts, hires and on-boards store staff as measured by appropriate performance scorecard, retention and new hire survey results. • Executes the… Glassdoor


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    Sears is doing almost everything wrong!

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    Current Employee - Consultative Sales Associate in Lansing, MI
    Current Employee - Consultative Sales Associate in Lansing, MI

    I have been working at Sears full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    The schedule is flexible and you may end up liking your coworkers.

    Cons

    Too many to list here. Here are the big ones: upper management is totally disconnected from the employees at the store level. Upper management has adopted a policy that seems to go from one crisis of the week to the next, with different metrics being pushed depending on who has Eddie Lampert's ear at the moment. Company policy seems more focused towards things like Member Assist (which has never been used by a real customer at my store) and Shop Your Way Rewards than with things like selling products or warranties.Store management is more concerned with protecting their turf than training employees and coaching salespeople. There is no real training program for employees who wish to move up to managment, and no support if you are one of the unlucky few to move to a lead position. Sales flyers make no sense, good sales often go unadvertised, and policies like un-free delivery hurt sales. Once the customer makes a purchase and expects it delivered, things get worse. Delivery is known for missing deliveries, being rude to customers, and generally messing things up. And guess who gets to deal with it? The front-line employees. There is zero accountability for anyone's actions outside the store. The different parts of the company don't seem to talk to each other at all. Sorry this is so long, but Sears has changed almost totally for the worse in the 13 years I have been here.

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    Maybe hire some people who actually know how not to run a retail company into the ground. The culture created at the top of not caring about employees has filtered down to us, and now we don't care about the company. This is a recipe for disaster, bankruptcy and unemployments

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