"Long hours and little pay."
"Even though recently starting at BestBuy it is a really good environment with a bunch of fun people to work with."
"I worked for BBY for 14 years. World class company. Challenging environment, results driven company that rewards performance. A big company that does try to stay small in the way leadership relates to employees. I have tremendous respect for the company, founder Richard Schultz, and present senior leadership."
"Challenging job in which they keep you moving and the pressure is always on. Not much room to move up and grow though."
"I have worked with the company for about 7 1/2 years. The company has about 600 stores all over the world."
"A thankless and underpaid position in which you are endlessly verbally abused for policies, prices, and protocols that you did not create."
"Best Buy has taught me what I know about business today. It was an incredible company to work for and I had the opportunity to manage a store that consistently finished top 40 in the company ANNUALLY out of 1,150 locations. Every year I was sent on an overseas excursion on behalf of the company to celebrate. Myself, and my team, based our success on the vision of customer excellence... what is it going to take for that last customer to go home and talk about you to their friends and family."
"The company overall was good, and my direct supervisor was also exceptional. However, there were many problems that were inside the store that didn't allow for improvement."
"I have been employed with Best Buy since 2009 and I have been very happy with the overall experience. I have fantastic coworkers and a supportive leadership team. Compensation is fair and quite good for retail. However, it is tough to make a career in retail unless I move into a management position. I'm not sure if the management path is right for me, so I am not sure if I can have a long term career at Best Buy."
"I've worked for Best Buy for the past 6 and a half years. While the company has gone through many changes, I can help but feel that company resources are not adequately being used and the corporate bureaucracy is preventing the company from succeeding. On a regular basis I see how the policies of a "average" store do not meet the needs of an individual store and leaders outside the store being so detached from activities in the store that issues are ignored and poor policy reinforced."
"I've worked with Best Buy for almost a year. It's the best start point in my opinion. The company has a lot of retail stores around the US. What's best is the relationship between you and your colleagues, it's more like a family. I'm looking for a new job because despite the good work place and the good treatment, I need enough payment to meet my everyday life needs. I only regret not being given enough hours at work to make enough payment for my daily and monthly requirements."
"I have found that Best Buy is a great place to work and the people are committed to have fun doing their job."
"Worked since 2009. I have been very happy with the company."
"Bad, bad place. Don't work there ever."
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