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17 days ago

Sears-Home Solution Advisor

Sears Roebuck and Co. San Antonio, TX

We are the Home Services division of Sears Holdings Corporation. We specialize in installed Home Improvement products and the product lines include… CareerBuilder


9 days ago

Customer Service

Sears Holdings San Antonio, TX

The ServiceLive Customer Service Representative Recruitment Specialist is responsible for providing assistance with recruitment, registration and… MyJobHelper


30+ days ago

Sears - Asst. Manager, Home Improvement

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


20 days ago

Sears - Asst. Manager in Training

Stores - Sears San Antonio, TX

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


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    Good place to start, but don't get stuck there.

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    Current Employee - Merchandising in San Antonio, TX
    Current Employee - Merchandising in San Antonio, TX

    I have been working at Sears

    Pros

    Friendly atmosphere most of the time, interactions with the public can be nice. There are a lot of different sorts of positions if you're not in it for the money. There are opportunities to earn nice extra pay, especially if you work in commission sales and/or during the holiday season. Some positions allow for independent working, which is nice.

    Cons

    Low pay, understaffing leads to stress and overworking; not enough feedback on your job performance and poor manager-associate communication. Systems and equipment fail a lot and there is a lot of work-around to get things done. Some of the standards seem impossibly high, perhaps to create lofty goals, but they often produce low morale.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be more sympathetic to the needs of your associates; some of the store systems and protocols need a complete reworking. Some of the positions, lead positions especially, have a terrible work-to-pay ratio.

    Doesn't Recommend
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