The 10 Worst US Employers
Alorica hasn't really charmed its employees
By Arden Dier,  Newser Staff
Posted Jun 5, 2017 7:44 AM CDT
A Kraft Heinz culinary expert speaks with children in Dallas.   (Rex C. Curry/AP Images for Kraft Heinz)
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(Newser) – Companies focused on keeping customers happy should perhaps focus a bit more on their own employees. According to 24/7 Wall St., some of the worst US companies to work for are customer-oriented. The site used Glassdoor reviews from employees to give US employers a rating out of five. The 10 companies that fared worst:

  1. Alorica: 2.3
  2. Kraft Heinz Company: 2.4
  3. CompuCom: 2.4
  4. The Fresh Market: 2.4
  5. Sears: 2.5
  6. Dish: 2.5
  7. Forever 21: 2.5
  8. Hertz: 2.5
  9. Rent-A-Center: 2.5
  10. Xerox: 2.6
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