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Not enough hrs weekly, around the holidays is the only time you will get enough hrs weekly to survive, employees start at minimum wage
I worked 4 10 hour days Mon-Thu
Very flexable house 7 days a week
12 hours one week, 30 hours the next. Depends on how they personally feel about you. Gave some ppl only a few hours if they call out 1 day. They took way too many things personally. If you put in your two weeks they'll either give you no hours at all or almost 40 hours.
28 hours. Disponible part time
También disponible ful L time
The hours are NEVER stable unless you are full time which is being a manager or lead. There is no guarantee you'll have the same hours next week. Which is why I do not reccomend working here because it is not stable or guaranteed.
The hours are never ever stable unless your a full time manager. They fluctuate all the time and definitely not a job to get if you are trying to support a family. It is mostly based on if you get a lot of credit apps you'll get a lot of hours if you don't you'll be fired or will get little to now hours. Bottom line the hours are not stable.
Except for the managers, just about everybody in my store was part time. I was let go because my full-time position as a Backroom Associate was eliminated. The company is in a death spiral and trying to cut cost where ever it can. Consider Sears only for part-time and temporary work, because I don't think this company will be around much longer.
I loved my main manager at Sears! But the new hires telling ME what to do? Sorry, not sorry! I have kids at home older then the new hires, lol!
If you are full time they will do their best to give you the hours agreed upon in your contract. If you are part time will get full or overtime during the holiday season for sure, they always need it. Traffic picks up again during late summer. The rest of the year you may find you have inconsistent or even no hours for the week.