Over all a very fun place to work.
Pros: pot luck lunches, winning free lunches, and making extra money for selling 5 year protection agreements.
Cons: breaks were to short, and health care benefits are too high.
A typical day at Sears. Opening 3 registers, an Appliance Count, Morning Rally Meeting, Selling Merchandise. From day to day, you could learn a lot about the Appliances being sold, new merchandise coming in, different benefits of the Appliances, and learning new Selling Techniques. Management, for the most part was Great. The Store Mngr, was very knowledgeable – more... of all Departments, my Dept. Mngr was a little timid at times. As for co-workers, there were 3 Full Timers there 35 year plus when I first started. I learned a lot from them, to the point I became the top seller for about 3 years in a row. The hardest part of my job was dealing with Cancelations, Returns, and Delivery Issues. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting and creating a Customer for Life. This job has really helped me,working with and speaking to the public. – less