GameStop Makes Top Ten List of Worst Companies to Work For

I am not sure if GameStop is one of the top ten worst companies to work for in the United States, but analyst firm Glassdoor does. Glassdoor lets employees rate the company's they work for, and apparently GameStop employees voted for the company enough to push it in at number ten on their list. Employees that contributed to the study say that GameStop puts too much of an emphasis on high sales and doesn't provide enough attention to customer service. Employees also criticized the company for putting too much pressure on them to push pre-orders on customers. Anyone who has ever walked into a GameStop or called them with a question already knows this fact…

"Priority is placed on sales instead of games and customers, pushing people to pre-order games can place them in a situation where they spend good money on a bad game with no possibility of a refund, business' models place customers at a disadvantage," said one review quoted by 24/7 Wall Street.

Still, it's probably more fun than working at McDonald's or the food court at your local mall…

Source: Destructoid

 

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