- Sears Holdings 19.Dec 2016
I like about the employer
The company promotes a culture of "owning it", meaning doing your very best to give customers a great experience. Unfortunately, it doesn't provide you with the resources to accomplish that goal.
The company has a habit of eliminating great assistant managers and hiring sub-par replacements, simply to save money. These assistant managers (and operations managers) are often not skilled in their roles, communicate poorly, and make rash decisions about tasks for the day without consulting employees, which often backfires when multiple tasks fall behind schedule, and the store is unable to catch up.
The work flexibility