Photographer Manager (Former Employee) – Timmins, ON – 16 February 2018
It was definitely a job that you must love what you do, it is rewarding to see the out come of your work, see the smile on your clients face.To know that your work is going to be in someone's family for many years, is the best feeling.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 January 2018
providing information to customers about appliances attending phone calls solving customer issues changing sign for next sale very helpful management best part when you close a big sale and customers appreciate your service and knowledge
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 19 January 2018
. The last two days of store closing is too typical its crazy their.People were coming and see the left stock and they just put the things anywhere. . I learned a lot of things when i was the part of the team like how to work in team, Handling customers properly,do the things and put at right place in a short period of time. . Management is very good.They manage each and everything properly in well-mannered. . There was very nice and great culture.I worked with Philippine,Indian,Indonesia and many more country people.All I said is very good and nice culture. .There was no hardest part of my job, everyone work hard and did everything together. . The most enjoyable part when we were doing signing in night time and moving stock that is the good part of my job which i enjoyed alot.
Yes occacinally they gave us the pizza party
Yes sometimes we stayed long for signing or stocking
Professional Major Appliance Sales (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 18 January 2018
I enjoyed my Sears life..providing great customer service and hearing about the results.i.e customers sending me photos of their newly completed kitchen with the appliances I assisted in selecting gave me the greatest satisfaction.
Extensive training provided by our suppliers helped me gain the needed product knowledge to perform well.
Working with Builders,Real Estate Agents and Kitchen Designers to build a significant loyal customer base.
Team work was very crucial in our job..you never know everything so bouncing ideas and questions off one another was great.We were more like family..working together more than 10 years build a bond.
Losing Sears was like missing a part of my life and family.
Sales Associate, receiving (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 17 January 2018
In the first day I was nervous a little bit because it's a new place for me , then everything was good people, mangers and the customers. the hardest part was if you have something heavy to lift it and the most enjoyable part was everyone there was respectful.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 17 January 2018
Although there were some slow times there was always work to be done. Very enjoyable place to work one of my favorites for sure. Customers were great and I loved the team spirit with in the end I have made several new friends.
Stock and sale Associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 16 January 2018
• Working with garments on a daily basis, including shipment processing, stocking, displays, merchandising all to the warehouse visual guidelines to maximize selling opportunities. • Handle all customer questions or concerns, ensuring transaction accuracy and issuing receipts and as a stock person to assist the staff in all matters regarding: merchandising of deliveries, tagging stock and serving customers to the best of their ability.
Merchandiser/Cashier (Former Employee) – Kamloops, BC – 15 January 2018
I feel at this time hard to give a review but for the years I worked at Sears I enjoyed the work and found them on par with other retail outlets. The people that worked for this company made it fun . The company was flexible with hours and willing to accommodate homemakers, students and people with other jobs.
Cashier and Customer Service (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 13 January 2018
for the most part the staff was great. some of the management at some locations were difficult to talk to. Sometimes I had the role of manager on Duty where I would take all manager calls and a lot more pressure / responsibility but there was no difference in pay for the large amount of responsibilty placed on me without my approval.