Business Systems Analyst-SAP (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – August 5, 2014
Pros: flexible schedule, work from home
Cons: salary not competitve enough. not much focus on training, you have to learn as you go, on your own.
I have been here for a year or so. I started as an intern and I really enjoyed it so far. Management is very flexible and not so hands on where you don't hardly feel any pressure. Yet the work gets done. I wish the pay was more competitive. May it is because I started as an intern that they still see me as a newbie and did not make a competitive offer. – more... Maybe not, I can't say. – less
Day loader (Current Employee), Long Beach, CA – July 30, 2014
Hd Supply is a great company to work for, however, I have goals to move up and grow with this company and although I try in every opportunity I can get, management does not seem to try to help me advance.
Field Account Sales Manager (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – July 2, 2014
Pros: home office
HD Supply acquired USA BlueBook who is a distributor focusing on municipalities water and waste water supplies. USA BlueBook was a web based distributor and hired on field account reps in the beginning of 2012.
I cover northern Ohio including just under 2000 accounts including counties, cities and smaller villages. Relationships are key for success.
Customer service, Cashier, Guard shack (Former Employee), Long Beach, CA – July 1, 2014
Working at Hd Supply was a nice experience. The friends that you will encounter and the trust that you get from your peers is wonderful. The hardest part of the job is when another employee doesn't show up and the supervisors are struggling when they are trying to get you to your break
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee), Newport News, VA – June 12, 2014
Pros: we would be giving free lunch or cookouts
going to work and giving what I had to do that day and my goal for the day.Learned how to work well with others .Nothing was really hard about my job because I knew what was expected of me.Finishing my job
Manager, Accounts Payable (Former Employee), St. Louis, MO – June 11, 2014
Pros: very relaxed atmosphere day to day.
Cons: no structured training provided in ap. basically figure it out on your own.
The Accounts Payable Department is completely unorganized. They need a Senior Manager that knows how an Accounts Payable Department should function. Accounts Payable is not just based on how many invoices you can push thru in a month but about relationships with internal and external vendors. The people in the AP Department are unhappy, overworked and – more... not treated fairly. It's a shame because it's a great company to work for with a promising future and they care about their employees as a whole. Just not in the AP Department. When you see a problem with a persons management style not working and causing conflict with many other workers they should not be managing. – less
Repair and remodel supplies/ Kitchen Cabinet Warehouse
Sale Associate (Former Employee), Santa Ana, CA – June 5, 2014
Enjoyed assisting customers. Providing info on products, making sales and the variety of tasks. Part of Management was somewhat rude thus resulting in indifferent employees towards their work, lack of motivation,and customers not coming back. I learned more patience and to keep a professional attitude over all. The hardest part of the job was meeting – more... the weekly quota of cabinet sales, but i knew every week was different and I just had to do all thats possible in my part. Challenging myself was a good practice. – less