Best Buy Jobs & Careers in Colorado Springs, CO


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13 days ago

Customer Service Specialist

Best Buy Colorado Springs, CO

• Partner with other employees to ensure customers end-to-end needs for are met and that no customer is left unserved or underserved. • Provide… Snagajob


13 days ago

Merchandising and Inventory Associate

Best Buy Colorado Springs, CO

A Merchandising and Inventory Associate knows and applies procedures to prevent shrink/theft and to ensure a safe and secure shopping environment… Snagajob


2 days ago

Sales Consultant - Gaming, Ent, DI – new

Best Buy Colorado Springs, CO

from store leadership in outlet area to engage customers using selling skills to build complete, connected solutions while maintaining a balance of… Snagajob


13 days ago

Sales Consultant - Home Theater

Best Buy Colorado Springs, CO

from store leadership in outlet area to engage customers using selling skills to build complete, connected solutions while maintaining a balance of… Snagajob


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    The team I worked with was awesome, the company is very indecisive about major changes, lots of bad managers.

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    Former Employee - Home Theater Sales Associate in Colorado Springs, CO (US)
    Former Employee - Home Theater Sales Associate in Colorado Springs, CO (US)

    I worked at Best Buy part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Awesome environment with other employees, cool products to work with all day, and in a couple of months you will be schooling everyone you know on electronics!

    Cons

    Lots of terrible management that a lot of the time only care about you "numbers" and performance. Which sadly, in return creates a impersonal experience with your leaders. Changes from corporate that trickle down in to stores a lot of the time feel "inaccurate" to what actually is going on and the changes usually don't fix or help to make the customers or employees experience better. Seems like corporate is out of touch with its stores. EXTREME lack of communication all across the board.

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    Start listening to your employees input more. LEARN HOW TO SCHEDULE! Finally, make accurate communication to employees on what is being said to you from your GM and DM! Stop hoping they figure it out on their own.

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