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At that time the commission structure was better than most other companies in the same market. GM's had the autonomy to run their stores but still had to be accountable. Was a decent place to work with hours you could count on. GM at store was top-notch.
Reasons for leaving: 1. Commissions sliced considerably. Pay checks reflected the new structure. Sam Johnson had joined company a few months earlier. 2. Hours would change at the drop of a hat. 6 day schedules common. Could never count on "my-time". Unable to plan for trips, personal time, etc. 3. Stocks were dropping like an elevator in the Empire State Building
Advice to Management
There is a reason that in the past 3-4 years hhgregg stock has gone from $>24/share to under $5/share. Mismanagement from top leadership, addition of furniture, exercise equipment and once again, cuts in commission rates have led to your current woes. Glad you two are pocketing a great salary, but your ship is sinking fast into the sunset. Looks like Sam Johnson is doing for hhgregg the same thing he did for Sears. But wait! What's that I see? Sears is rebounding? Bet they're glad you left; or were you enocuraged?