The fees when you need to barrow from your 401k are high and the health insurance isn’t great for the amount of money
Gives you several options for health care and ample amount of paid time off.
The best thing is that you can start a 401K even if you are a part time employee. The health, dental, and vision plans are great and affordable. The only down side is bonuses are based on entire store performance, so even if you do the best in your store, everyone else can do bad and you get no bonus at all.
The 401K matching is great. Vision insurance is also top notch ( according to my optometrist, not just me). The discount is really what you want. Trust me when youve bought an HDMI cable or nearly 90% off the market value, you just wont go back. As a full time employee too, you get 3 weeks PTO off the bat which is more than you will find in most places.
it was great to interview. Do your best. Always keep your head up buddy. Do whatever you can to get along with the manager. It was pretty cool. Interesting too.
The perks of Best Buy are the PTO you get which is much more than any other company I've seen, starting out. Another is the employee discount, which varies depending on what you're buying. The health insurance is decent, and they do offer reimbursement for schooling, but it's select.
Pros it had a fun young culture and an arcade great restaurants for lunch. Cons this sales managers to know what they're doing and they would go through sales people like water extremely disorganized. Very hard company to work for.
it is better than other companies and provides minimum amount that is necessary for average accomplishment. it could be a lot better
They offered to pay for part of college tuition if you go full time and if you are with the company for long enough time. Working full time hours at a store can be hard though if you have classes to schedule around.
Very basic benefits, usually can't afford it, and can only change it once per year in October.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.