The Spireites drew 1-1 with Dagenham and Redbridge on Saturday.
Chesterfield have played eight games so far this season in the National League, and they're still yet to win a game.
The Spireites came from behind to draw 1-1 at the Proact against Peter Taylor's Dagenham and Redbridge.
John Sheridan made three changes for the game, with Luke Coddington, Robbie Weir and Haydn Hollis coming into the starting eleven.
Despite this, it was the away side who struck first on thirty-six minutes, as Joan Luque was able to finish off a well-worked move from the visitors.
In the second half, Chesterfield got back on level terms thanks to Mike Fondop.
The former Wrexham striker scored his fourth of the season on sixty-minutes when he met Laurence Maguire's set piece to nod home.
As the game progressed, the home side continued to push for a winner, but were unable to secure their first victory of the 2019/20 campaign.
Following the game, Assistant Manager Glynn Snodin told Peak FM it's a frustrating time for everyone connected to the club; "We're gutted that we've come away with just a point.
"I haven't seen a great team yet, that have stood out.
"We're just giving away games and points right now, but the players are working hard to make sure that changes soon.
"Hopefully we'll get that first win on Tuesday at home against Halifax."
The Spireites are currently twenty-second in the National League.