GameStop human resources has a direct relationship with cultivating company culture and retention of its employees. GameStop's human resources team has earned GameStop a D+ in office culture and a C- for their retention efforts. 25% of employees approve of the job their HR team is doing.
GameStop's human resources is generally tasked with hiring, managing, and creating the work atmosphere. On average, 67% of employees at GameStop look forward to going into work each morning and interacting with their co-workers. The majority of employees at GameStop say the work environment created by their HR team is positive; rating it a B- and ranking them in the Top 40% of similar sized companies on Comparably.