Sears was flexible with my school schedule during the school year, and gave me good hours during the summer. I learned how to interact with costumers on a professional level, how to handle heated situations with confidence. Management was friendly and helpful and knowledgeable. My Co-workers were professional and experienced, especially loss prevention personnel who would look out for us whether it be waiting with a co-worker a night to make sure they were safe while waiting for their ride or helping defuse difficult situations such as a costumer getting out of hand. The hardest part of the Job was when there were difficult costumers we couldn't satisfy. The most enjoyable part was coming into work and being greeted by my co-workers, having a motivated and hardworking supervisor who was fair with scheduling and made sure we all got our breaks and lunches on time, defended us when we needed help and was there to assist us when we were shorthanded and busy. And that our managers were out on the floor with us and were present almost all the time, Even the store manager herself was very present they never acted like they were above us, in fact they often worked alongside us.
fair scheduling, friendly work environment, employee input accepted
having to sell credit cards