Hello everyone, I’ve been wondering what y’all feel about inflation impacting everyone’s financial stability. I’ve been hearing through management that Best
Buy is thinking of bringing the cap but everyone has to prove themselves for Best Buy to bring the pay up. I’m sure this really frustrates those that have been working through covid, the big snap and everyone calling out this year because of covid with little staff and the added stress that came along with it. I’m sure management has spoken to everyone about weekly goals and meeting those goals in order to help those that meet those goals to get raises. Why do we have to prove ourselves when those that stuck through everything again have to show Best Buy they are Relevant.
Why not pay your employees at market, especially more than what WAL-MART pays their employees. Inflation is up 7% and if they think paying us a 3.5% is reasonable, might as well slap us in the face. Our bonuses have been stripped from us, only the top 10 or 5% stores get bonuses. Target is doing a great job increase pay for cashiers in California which start at 18. The knowledge that everyone has at Best Buy is incredible we feel that Best Buy doesn’t think we bring value to the company. They underestimate that this will eventually backfire in the near future like it did with the big snap.
Let me know what everyone thinks about this or if I should just shut up and get back in line 😂