Questions and Answers about Best Buy

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What would you suggest Best Buy management do to prevent others from leaving?

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More training

Answered - Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) - Surrey, BC

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If there's a problematic supervisor on a power trip get rid of them before you get rid of your department associates. Get a good union for your company is another thing.

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Engage and understand current employees aspirations and daily life

Answered - Appliance Specialist (Current Employee) - Charlottetown, PE

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Increase wages. It almost makes no difference whether you merchandise at Walmart or spend tons of hours training as a salesman at Best Buy.

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

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Better opportunities to grow within the company.

Answered - PRODUCT PROCESS SPECIALIST (PPS) (Current Employee) - Edmonton, AB

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Keep your promises, and listen to your employees.

Answered - Mobile specialist (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB

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Give at least a warning or tell managers to speak with their employees before they terminate "best work ethic, and hardest worker" for no reason

Answered - Product Process Associate (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB

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Commission

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

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The gossip and favouritism is not needed at work. Focus on supporting ALL of your staff. When your turnover is so high, It really is a reflection of poor leadership.

Answered - Everywhere (Former Employee) - Abbotsford, BC

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Listen to you current employees

Answered - CS Specialist (Current Employee) - London, ON

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