Cashier (Former Employee) – Massapequa, NY – October 8, 2017
It is a good part time job for students trying to earn some extra money. Hours are flexible. They work around school schedules. Goals for opening new credit cards and enrolling customers in rewards programs was highly demanded.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Paradise Valley, AZ – October 8, 2017
it was an amazing first job and I will always be grateful to them for offering me the chance to be apart of the company. If they weren't in dire straights to stay afloat I bet they would've treated their employees better when it came to the benefits and pay. But with the rising economy and the dwindling of old malls they are struggling in this world. I will miss them greatly.
Good breaks, understanding about health issues and family problems, very friendly and helpful
productive and some nice people their and very competive
cashier (Former Employee) – Lawton, OK – October 7, 2017
I was a cahier and I would have to put back clothes that people didn't want . I would have to restock the shelves and I also had to get people to apply for a credit card . I had a mandatory applications to fill out . I had to count out the drawer the beginning and in the end of our shift . I ended up leaving because I had a 14 fever and one of the managers made me clean before I left for the hospital . She told me that if I left I would get fired .
Was my first job cant really complain manager was great employees was bit far and had to deal with rude customers but it built character. I used it as a stepping stone definitely wouldn't mind doing as apart time job or soomething
bonus money in checks from credit cards that were sold
understaffed, choicy between who gets hours based on how many credit cards are sold
CASHIER (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739 – October 2, 2017
This is a great company. The deals, co-workers, and managers were really nice and we all worked as a team. Sometimes the day was slow and sometimes fast but most of all balanced. Sears just needs to change some of their policies and management. The hours you receive are based off of how many credits you sale.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – October 1, 2017
a typical day involved going to work getting a area to work in and handling all of that area. This involved helping customers, restock, clean up, transactions and everything needed of you. i learned how to handle mean customers. the management was bad the manager of tools would say he is new to tools to customers as a excuse for almost any question and a person in tools was assigned as mattress lead over the lady in mattresses who had been there for 30+ years. hard part was our quotas we had a 1 out of 8 customers needed to apply and when in clothes and all they get is a 30% discount the first time it is hard
Cashier (Former Employee) – Goodlettsville, TN – September 28, 2017
-A typical day at work would be somewhat slow but manageable. -I hadn't really earned anything because I knew what was expected of me. -The manager was a little irritating at times. -The workplace was really relaxing and diverse. -The hardest part about the job was obtaining credit apps for bonus pay. -The most enjoyable part was the new customers I got to meet and the fact that it was in an actual mall.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Virginia – September 27, 2017
Nice management, peaceful place to work. Everything is done in a timely manner, once you are able to do the task given, there are no complications. The company also organizes free lunch for employees on special occasions.