Questions and Answers about Sears

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I would make the atmosphere more inviting for workers and customers.

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Santa Rosa, CA

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It is alright the way it was. I guess I would get the staff more involved by getting their input into the workplace which I dont recall alot of when I worked there.

Answered - Seasonal Cashier/ Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) - Joliet, IL

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Update the stores....probably too late though

Answered - Business Finance Manager (Current Employee) - Hoffman Estates, IL

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More company functions

Answered - Electronic Technician (Former Employee) - Wilmington, NC

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Treat the associates better

Answered - Maintenance Tech (Former Employee) - MA

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Better wages offer health insurance

Answered - Tool Sales (Former Employee) - Prescott, AZ

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Correct amount of employees with proper training before being sent to work

Answered - Automotive Technician (Current Employee) - Fayetteville, AR

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Better hours and management

Answered - Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Niles, IL

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No sears is a great place to work.

Answered - Service Technician (Former Employee) - Shelby, NC

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Increase budget for automotive center equipment maintenance and repair, as well as staffing.

Answered - Express Service Technician (Former Employee) - Winter Park, FL

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