Paychecks are great, but that’s not all you get with a Best Buy career.
When you come to Best Buy for a career, we want your best. And we know you do your best work when you don’t have to worry about things outside of work. You know, the ‘what ifs’ in life.
Well, at Best Buy, you can relax.
Our full range of benefit options offer the protection you need today and in the future.
But that’s not all. We also have an excellent employee discount at our stores (so you can use all the super cool technology we sell), generous time-off programs, tuition and adoption assistance.
The specific benefits you receive will depend on your job function and where you work, but we think you’ll be pleased.
Really good 401k packages and accommodations. Tuition Reimbursement, health care and more.
They were really good about offering their employees everything other companies did. They were extremely competitive. They do not do commission, but every part of the store has the ability to bonus somehow.
As a part time employee my benefits package was very limited. I received contributions to my 401k but not many benefits on top of that.
There are multiple insurance companies to pick from for health benefits, which means you're generally able to find a plan that works for your existing providers.
Amazing benefits, employee discount, matched 401K, even backup child care benefits. Paid time off is great for full time, and part time positions will get paid time off time soon. Health + vision + dental of course as well.
Employee discount is amazing and company strives to help you out. Worked all during high school and some of college.
Best Buy have good benefits package
401k matching is great with a match up to 5%. The health insurance is not great and very expensive
Best thing is they offer preventative coupons for part timers Worst thing is that compared to the pay scale, their offering of stock investment doesn't seem balanced for the part timers to invest
Did not get any as a part timer but full time employees got a 401k, tuition reimbursement, and PTO
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.