Questions and Answers about Best Buy

Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at Best Buy.

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How should you prepare for an interview at Best Buy?

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Read the job duties thoroughly and prepare accordingly. Just be yourself. They will mostly ask situational questions. Gave mine today, waiting for reply.

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Know more about current trends
know more about technology
Comfortable with talking to your clients
Good communication skills

Answered - Product Process Specialist (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB

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You will be near and presentable

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Be very specific about work life balance, many of the jobs do not allow for weekends off...ever.

Answered - Sales Manager (Current Employee) - Calgary, AB

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Be relaxed and be yourself, but be professional at the same time. Staff are often picked based on how well their personality fits with the rest of the team rather than experience. If you have the chance, go into your town's Best Buy and try and pick up the feel of the staff before your interview.

Answered - Connected Solutions Specialist (Former Employee) - Nanaimo, BC

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General customer service answer

Answered - Senior Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Mississauga, ON

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You're not expected to know a single thing about electronics as long as you can show yourself as a positive personality.

Answered - Computer Sales (Former Employee) - Moncton, NB

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Positive attitude and show great interest in assisting potential clients and be a team player.

Answered - Sales Consultant (Former Employee) - Markham, ON

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Just be yourself and be honest.

Answered - Product Process Specialist (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON

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Practice situational job situations

Answered - Merchandiser (Former Employee) - Brandon, MB

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