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The Worst Companies To Work For


24/7Wall St has released its list of the 12 worst companies to work for.

12 — CVS Health
11 — Computer Sciences Corporation
10 — Dollar General
9 — Ross Stores
8 — DISH Network
6 — Sears
5 — Xerox
4 — Forever 21
3 — Kmart
2 — Dillard’s
1 — Express Scripts

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CVS employees complained about stores being understaffed, with managers having unreasonable expectations, and a difficulty in getting tasks done in the time allotted. Only 40% approved of the company’s current CEO, Larry Merlo.

DISH Network’s employees feel that its upper management is out of touch with the technicians and customer service representatives. Multiple employees reported that the central dispatch would prescribe routes that were unrealistic. Employees also complained about being forced to wear heavy black uniforms in the summertime.

Xerox employees complained about a culture of favoritism in the company, saying that personal relationships are more important than work ethic when it comes to promotions and raises. They also cited poor compensation for their work and low pay.

Kmart employees complained about low pay and poor working conditions.

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