For the second year in a row, 24/7 Wall St. has identified America’s worst companies to work for. While company management can improve employee satisfaction, most of the companies on our list continue to make workers miserable. In order to identify America’s worst companies to work for, 24/7 Wall Street examined employee reviews at jobs and career community site Glassdoor. Based on the reviews, the site scores companies on a scale of one to five with an average score of 3.2 for the over 250,000 companies measured. Then they identified the nine publicly traded companies that received scores of 2.5 or lower.
Certain industries appear more likely to have lower employee satisfaction than others. Four of the companies on this list 1: Dillard’s Inc.
2: Sears Holdings Corporation
3: Dollar General Corporation
4: RadioShack Corp.
These companies that are all retail establishments, and are at the top of the worst list.
The majority of the others provide services that require installation and repair. These include companies like home security system provider,
Corporation transaction technology company
6: NCR Corp
and satellite television provider and
7: DISH Network Corp.
In order to identify America’s worst companies to work for, 24/7 Wall Street examined employee reviews at Glassdoor To be considered, companies had to have a minimum of 300 reviews. Of the more than 300 companies with more than 300 comments, the site identified the nine publicly traded companies that received the worst scores, 2.5 or lower. This year, Sears Holdings and subsidiary Kmart made the cut independently. Both scores are included. These are the worst companies to work for.