Best Buy Complaint - Best Buy Employment Policy unfair
KATY, TEXAS -- My 17 year old son recently applied to Best Buy, online. Part of this application requires one of these psychological attitude assessment questionaires. Well he was told he wasn't fit for employment due to him failing that questionair 3 times. Now I know the kid, he is honest, intelligent, knows more about electronics than most people working in their stores, and would be hardworking, given the chance. So something is wrong with this questionaire.
Besides that, this is very frustrating to him, and a blow to his self esteem. At 17 he is still forming attitudes and self confidence. Now, for unkown reasons, he is basically told he is defective in some way and no specifics are given. I even called the store and spoke to the manager. He could barely understand what I was talking about, or cared really. I said, so this is just a case of a big corporation smashing someone under their big foot and nothing can be done and thats the store policy right? He said, YEP, thats it. Well thanks Best Buy manager for confirming that Best buy only cares about profits and following rules and nothing about young peoples characters.
I bought a lot of stuff at Best Buy over the years, but not any more.