Blatant Disregard for it's employees.
Consultative Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Hanover, PA – June 25, 2017
I have worked for Sears for 10 years. When I first started the job, sales were frequent, the money was good, and I had managers and co-workers that I got along well with. As time went on, the company as a whole continued to get worse and worse. Upper management, people whom I've never met, would continue to take away more and more commissions, and continued to demand more and more from it's employees. Mandatory meetings for those who did not meet their quotes continued to develop, yet education of the job as a whole did not increase. Eventually, my department was dismantled in an effort to save money. As new managers came in to replace old ones, it became obvious that the general care for it's employees left with the benefits they once provided. Considering the financial situation of the company as a whole, I would not recommend working for this company in any position at this time.
Low compensation, high demands with little disregard to it's employees