Sears Jobs & Careers in San Antonio, TX

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30+ days ago

Recruiting Manager / Supervisor

Sears Holdings San Antonio, TX

Utilizes Human Resources expertise to provide call center management the recruitment support needed to help meet business objectives and ensure fair…

30+ days ago

Call Center Trainer

Sears Holdings San Antonio, TX

Using instructional methods for adult learning, delivers course curriculum and facilitates learning for call…

30+ days ago

Backroom Associate

Sears Holdings San Antonio, TX

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

2 days ago

Sears - Asst. Manager, Home Improvement – new

Stores - Sears San Antonio, TX

Location: Ingram Park - San Antonio, TX The Assistant Store Manager, Home Improvement is the chief merchant of the Tools and Lawn/Garden/Fitness… Glassdoor

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Sears Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer Edward S. Lampert
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    Current Employee - Sales Associate in San Antonio, TX
    Current Employee - Sales Associate in San Antonio, TX

    I have been working at Sears part-time (less than an year)


    Sears pays as minimum wage as possible, bur money is money and it is easy to get a job here.


    Once you are hired it becomes difficult to switch positions from one department to another as the company will have to train you all over again (it costs them money). Sears management is pressured to have as few workers per station as possible. This puts stress on the worker to try and work with more people than is reasonable and stress on the customer for trying to get the attention of those few workers.

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    Bureaucracy is difficult to bypass for effective problem management and Sears is no exception. It is in the upper management's best interests to squeeze every last bit of productivity out of you. Do not go into management expecting to be treated better than the average cashier. You are being pushed past your limits and scolded for being human. There is nothing you can do really.

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