If you’re considering a move to a new job, you may want to cross these companies from your list of potential future employers.
The website 24/7 Wall St.
has published its annual list of the worst companies in America to work for, based on Glassdoor reviews of publicly traded companies.
There are some obvious ones on there, like struggling electronics retailers Radio Shack and Hhgregg. Both companies have been in the news with stories of faltering in revenue and stock prices.
Complex pay structures appear to be another source of employee discord, with ADT, Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Books-A-Million, and Dillard’s making the list based on “stressful commission-based pay structures,” according to the site.
Books-A-Million took the dubious prize of being named the absolute worst place to work, with a meager 14 percent of employees saying they’d recommend it to a friend.
24/7 Wall St.
reports that "high stress and low pay were common complaints" among employees.
Employees also don't seem to be too fond of the CEO, Terry Finley. That's something Books-A-Million shares with the other companies on the list, too.
Here’s the full list:
11. Radio Shack
10. Children’s Place
9. Family Dollar Stores
5. Brookdale Senior Living
4. Jos. A. Bank Clothiers
3. Frontier Communications
2. Express Scripts