Sears' executive team directly impacts Sears' growth, and 29% of employees approve of the job they’re doing. Growth at Sears can be measured by benchmarking companies’ culture metrics. Sears ranks 6th amongst competitors like JCPenney Optical and KMart as rated by employees for each company.
There are multiple methods Sears can use to measure their growth – here we will look at two. Goals derive from the top of the organization, and the CEO is an essential player to accomplishing these goals. Sears employees think Eddie Lampert is very bad at driving goals and ensuring results. Secondly, Sears' ability to grow financially encapsules other areas of growth. From an employee’s perspective, Sears' revenue decreased during the last year.
A Qualitative measure of Sears' growth is employee and customer perception. Sears' employees short term outlook is that it’ll have an average performance. In the long term Sears employees are doubtful about Sears growth and future.
Sears Employees rank the Company Outlook a F.
Sears is in the Bottom 5% of Companies in Chicago for Employee Outlook.