Product Expert (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 10 October 2016
This was a good job for a high school student. Getting to work in a consumer electronics store with the latest gadgets was fun. There is commission based pay structure so it somewhat of a competitive atmosphere. Good place to develop sales techniques.
Product expert (Former Employee) – Trinity common Brampton – 22 October 2015
It was a great place to work until they closed down on the 26th of March 2015. We had full benefits, staff discounts. Training every month. Perks for the best employee. It was fun to work with all our team. We all worked as a one family
Sales associate, Product processor (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 October 2015
Sales where extremely big as it was a commission based job, therefore the training you receive is excellent. You learn more about customer satisfaction and closing a deal than you do about the actual product.
In-Home Technician (Former Employee) – Sydney, Nova Scotia – 30 September 2015
I really have no complaints with the is company, I enjoyed my time off, but was laid off when the moved to Best Buy. I was their in home technician and really enjoyed meeting new customers and I enjoyed the people I worked with.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – North York – 25 September 2015
Hardest part of this job is during boxing-day every year. The lesson I learned from this job is the implementation meaning of my major. My co-workers are very easy going. The most enjoyable part of this job is co-workers became friends and do every major task together.
Great opportunity to discover many different sales techniques and to apply them
seasonal sales associate (Former Employee) – montreal – 21 September 2015
Great opportunity to discover many different sales techniques and to apply them. As a sales associate I learned from day one through 2 full days of training great sales basics and had many trainings through my 3 years. Lots of fun getting to know your client face to face and selling them a full package while maintaining a great margin.
commission flexible schedule lots of free knowledge
Co-op Student (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 19 September 2015
When I first get to work, I would go to the PC section of the shop to make sure all the PC's are turned on and working properly. Then I would report to my supervisor and see what task I would be assigned to do that day. Everyday I would greet my supervisor and my co-workers.
Entertainment Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Pointe-Claire – 15 September 2015
Support from management, decent hours but poor salary unless you can sell a large volume of items and service plans. Some frustration when it comes to having demo electronics that don't work and can't be used to show clients the products.
Manager on Duty, Sales Consultant, Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 1 September 2015
Futureshop was one of the most friendly environments I have worked for, I have learned a lot from futureshop such as stocking shelves to managing sales staff and helping them out with daily struggles with customers or themselves having problems being able to preform above and beyond for the customer and making it a unforgettable experience for both my staff and customers.