Best Buy Is Worried About San Francisco Employees Quitting, Getting Traumatized Thanks To Frequent Thefts

Best Buy Is Worried About San Francisco Employees Quitting, Getting Traumatized Thanks To Frequent Thefts


Best Buy chief executive Corie Barry is concerned that retail thefts in California stores will provoke employees to quit.

“These are traumatic experiences, and they are happening more and more across the country,” Barry told CNBC. She explained that San Francisco and other California cities represent “hot spots” for the thefts.

“When we talk about why there are so many people looking for other jobs or switching careers, this of course would be something that would play into my concerns for our people because, again, priority one is just human safety,” she said. “And it’s hard to deal with this potentially multiple times in one location.”

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CNBC added:

She said the retailer has seen a noticeable jump in organized crime, with people coming to stores to steal consumer electronics

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