Best Buy Jobs & Careers in Florence, SC

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30+ days ago

Geek Squad Advanced Repair Agent

Best Buy Florence, SC

What does a Geek Squad Advanced Repair Agent do? Do all things technology fire you up? Can you swap a motherboard or hook up a home theater system… Snagajob


19 days ago

Sales Consultant, Home Theater, Appliances, Gaming, and Entertainment

Best Buy Florence, SC

What does a Best Buy Sales Consultant in Home Theater, Appliances, Gaming, and Entertainment do? At Best Buy our mission is to leverage the unique… Snagajob


3 days ago

SWAT Inventory Specialist

Best Buy Florence, SC

What does a Best Buy SWAT Inventory Specialist do? At Best Buy our mission is to leverage the unique talents and passions of our employees to… Snagajob


19 days ago

Asset Protection Associate

Best Buy Florence, SC

What does a Best Buy Asset Protection Associate do? At Best Buy our mission is to leverage the unique talents and passions of our employees to… Snagajob


3 days ago

Team Leader, Connections

Best Buy Florence, SC

What does a Team Leader do? The Team Leader ensures Best Buy delivers a world-class customer experience as THE destination and authority for… Snagajob


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    Good company, good pay, the person you work for, makes all the difference

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    I have been working at Best Buy

    Pros

    Good pay, good recognition in the industry, good company values. Most of Best Buy management supports things that an employee needs; development, work/life balance, etc.

    Cons

    Many things are being managed and decided upon by 'committee' now, with input from people who know nothing about the things they are deciding on. In an attempt for further cost cutting, they continue to let go of dedicated, hard working, long-term talent. If the companies most hard working folks are leaving, what does that say about a company?

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    Employee retention and development, are the key elements to the strength on any company

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