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EB GAMES/GAMESTOP Employer Reviews

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Enjoyable Enviornment
SALES ASSOCIATE/CLERK (Former Employee), Media, PAJuly 22, 2014
Pros: health benefits, stock option, fun work enviornment
Cons: limited hours, no local opportunity for advancement
I enjoyed my time working at Gamestop but however there was limited opportunity for growth and steady hours.
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Retail
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Lewisburg WVJune 23, 2012
Retail job that was over an hour away. There was a location less then 10 minutes from my house but they wouldn't transfer me to that one so I spent more in gas then I earned on any given week.
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Great job fun
Store Manager (Former Employee), Abilene,txJune 13, 2012
THis company takes care of their employees and is a very fun and exciting job
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All around fun place to work at
Sales Associate (Former Employee), West Hollywood, CAJune 13, 2012
Pros: free video games check outs
Cons: no room for advancement
Helped customer with video game suggetions and rang up customers. Atmosphere was a pleasant place to be in and allowed myself to realize how serious retail is based off appearance and presentable work place.
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Great people, stressful environment
Game Advisor (Former Employee), Lubbock, TexasDecember 15, 2011
Pros: free video game borrowing, coworkers play video games.
Cons: add-on sales requirements add stress
Employees were required to meet add-on sales quotas without any commission or compensation other than "not getting fired for poor performance", Coworkers tend to be avid video game players. For entry level positions, very few work hours are assigned per week.