Best Places to Work


09 Feb: Best Buy Named to Forbes’ Best Large Employers List

We are proud to again be named to Forbes America’s Best Large Employers list, ranking among the top 10 companies in retail.

This list reflects the views of employees across America — both their likeliness to recommend their employer as well as perceptions of other employers. We jumped to No. 106 on this year’s list, up from No. 398 a year ago.

At Best Buy, we are dedicated to attracting and retaining the best employees. These are the areas in which we focus:

  • Inclusion and diversity – We believe in maintaining a supportive and inclusive culture that values everyone’s talents, life experiences and backgrounds.

28 Jan: Best Buy Named a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality for 16th Year

For the 16th year, Best Buy has achieved a 100% rating on the Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC’s) Corporate Equality Index, earning the distinction of being a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality.

We are proud of this meaningful recognition, which reflects our continued, long-term commitment to workplace equality.

“We want everyone to feel safe, valued, and supported in being authentically themselves,” said Mark Irvin, Best Buy’s chief inclusion, diversity and talent officer. “Being named a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality highlights that we are acting in line with our values of being a place where everyone can see themselves in the story.”


16 Sep: Best Buy Named A Best Employer For New Grads

It was a university career fair that first sparked Haylee Weaver’s interest in Best Buy.

The management information systems student wasn’t really sure what she was looking for at first, and she felt a bit overwhelmed by the event until she saw the Best Buy booth. It was a brand she was familiar with, so she stopped to learn more. 

She talked to a company recruiter who helped place her in an internship that matched her skills. Then, following graduation, Haylee accepted a job as a product analyst on Best Buy’s digital and technology team.


18 Nov: Best Buy Makes ‘Best Places to Work’ List for LGBT Equality

Best Buy has received a perfect “100” rating and earned a place on the “Best Places to Work” list on The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s annual Corporate Equality Index.

It’s a recognition the company has now received 11 times.

The index provides in-depth analysis and ratings of large U.S. companies, taking into account the employers’ policies and practices put in place for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.

Best Buy has several teams that contribute to attracting employees and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce, including the PRIDE Employee Business Network (EBN), the Diversity & Inclusion Team and Human Resources.