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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Fry's ElectronicsPros
great work environment, great coworkers and management, decent pay for retailCons
you have to deal with a lot of salary deductions and different timesRecommends
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Fry's Electronics in August 2011.Interview Details
For the San Diego location, they prefer to hire within the store/they only hire for this department if you already work for this store. They do this so that they can "test" you before they actually decide to have you transferred to the department.
My first "interview" consisted of the MT (Management in Training) showing me a motherboard, pointing to different parts and asking me what they were. My "technical interview" was, "Here's a customer's computer. It has a bad motherboard. Here's the new motherboard. Swap it."Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsRequired to become A+ Certified within 60-Days of transferring to the department. A few months later, it was then required for all Service Technicians to be Apple Certified (I think they gave us 6 weeks). At that time, the tests fees were reimbursed (first attempt only).
- "What's this?" and points to the North Bridge. Answer Question
Now it is required that you are A+ AND Apple Certified BEFORE transferring to the department.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
Trying to catalog all the products this superstore carries could fry your brain. Fry's Electronics is a top big-box retailer of computers, consumer electronics, and appliances with some 35 stores in about 10 states. The chain's extensive inventory includes computer software and components, industry magazines, movies and music, refrigerators, washers and dryers, small appliances, stereo equipment, and televisions. Each store also typically stocks a variety of snacks and other impulse items. The technogeek's dream store began in 1985 as the brainchild of CEO John Fry (with...