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What is the interview process like at Best Buy?

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If you manage to get hired in the seasonal time, you're guaranteed to be fired after it's done. Unless you have some kind of connections with the supervisors or managers.

Answered - Field Agent (Current Employee) - Etobicoke, ON

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Interviews are super laid back and fun.

Answered - Sales Consultant (Current Employee) - Peterborough, ON

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Interview takes place with Department manager

Answered - General Manager In Training (Current Employee) - Vaughan, ON

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There were 3 interviews. One of them was on the phone and the second one was with the assistant manager and the last one was with the general manager and I was hired at this point.

Answered - Sales Specialist (Current Employee) - Newmarket, ON

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There is a 3 step interview process.

Answered - Sales and Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB

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Depending on the Best Buy locations in states, they want people with a lot of retail experience. If you happen to work seasonal in the past with a few references, you're pretty much in. If you happen to work in management positions, you're in.
Process personally: phone interview, depending on how it goes, they'll schedule you for an interview with a supervisor. If all goes well, they'll follow up with you on a 3rd (or 2nd if you don't count the phone interview) interview with an operation manager. Depending how you answer their questions and availability, you'll get another interview with the store manager and from there you're hired.
Bit of a long process, but again it depends on the place, the interviewers and your work background.

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Its an easy sit down with most likely the sales manager or the operations manager for your first real interview, and if they like you, they'll schedule you for a second interview with the general manager. its a very easy and straightforward process, and nothing to be scared of.

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Very easy and accessible

Answered - Microsoft Field Consultant (Full time) (Former Employee) - Oakville, ON

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On the spot, quick answer and fill out their online computer courses.

Answered - Customer service (Former Employee) - Langley, BC

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