Sears
Sears is a multinational department store chain focused on outdoor living needs, home appliances, clothes, outdoor... read more
EMPLOYEE
PARTICIPANTS
331
TOTAL
RATINGS
5465
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Sears Employees

Sears employees, your coworkers, are equally as important as Sears itself. The majority of Sears employees say they do have clear goals for their career. And, 21% say they are satisfied with where they’re at in their career. In comparison to other professional benefits like compensation and advancement, Sears employees consider work life balance the most important.

Your coworkers are who you spend the majority of your waking hours with, and who we surround ourselves with contributes to our own growth and happiness. Employees at Sears rate their coworkers a D+.

Career Advancement Opportunities
23%
Work Life Balance
44%
Company Mission
7%
Healthcare & Benefits
15%
Culture & Environment
11%
Besides your Salary, what's most important to you about work?
Do you have clear goals and a plan for your career?
Humility
6%
Likability
39%
Persistence
33%
Empathy
5%
Logic
17%
Which of the following soft skills has helped you advance most in your career?

Sears Employee Overall Culture Score by Demographic

At every company Sears inclusive, employees who belong to different demographics will have different experiences, we see that: Women rate the overall culture 7% higher than Men. Asian or Pacific Islander employees at Sears are most happy with the overall culture. The Design department ranks their overall culture at Sears highest, whereas the Finance department ranks it the lowest. Employees who’ve worked at Sears 5 to 10 Years are the most satisfied with their company’s culture. Employees who have 6 to 10 Years work experience are the most pleased with Sears' culture.

Gender
Female
D-
55%
Male
F
48%
Ethnicity
Asian or Pacific Islander
D-
56%
Native American
D-
56%
Hispanic or Latino
D-
53%
African American/Black
D-
53%
Caucasian
F
50%
Other
F
50%
Department
Design
B
70%
Admin
D+
62%
HR
D+
62%
IT
D+
61%
Business Development
D
60%
Marketing
D
58%
Product
F
50%
Sales
F
50%
Customer Support
F
49%
Operations
F
47%
Engineering
F
46%
Finance
F
38%
Tenure
5 to 10 Years
C
65%
1 to 2 Years
D
59%
Over 10 Years
D
58%
2 to 5 Years
F
48%
Less than 1 Year
F
44%
Years of Experience
6 to 10 Years
D-
54%
1 to 3 Years
D-
53%
Entry Level
F
51%
3 to 6 Years
F
51%
Over 10 Years
F
49%

Sears Employees Sentiment

Sears employees are not invested in their company’s goals. Most employees at Sears feel most loyal to their coworkers or no one. Lastly, Sears' employees are not proud to work at their company.

Company Mission
8%
Comp & Benefits
28%
Co-Workers
20%
Comfort & Familiarity
40%
Career Advancement Opportunities
4%
What's the main reason you stay at your current company?
Are you typically excited about going to work each day?
100% or greater
12%
90-99%
8%
75-90%
24%
50-75%
32%
0-50%
24%
What percent of your potential do you think you are using?
68%
Don't Recommend

Do employees recommend working at Sears?

17%Yes
15%Neutral
68%No
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