If you don't like spending time with your family throughout the week, working LONG hours/not getting a set time when you're get off and no advancement in a job unless someone in a department you're looking to transfer in...then this job is for you...
Cashier (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 22, 2016
A typical day Is gong in early opening store , learning new things each day , management tries to help out with schedule coworkers are okay they are friendly , not sure whts the hardest part of my job I enjoy working there
Reciever/Stocker (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 15, 2016
I worked at HD Supply in St. Louis Mo. The actual work was easy and could be fun, but the G.M.. was only interested in the shipping dept, and actively disrespected the recieving department. Would have us go and help pull orders for sghipping letting our own work back up and then tell us we had to stay late to get our stuff done. if we were able to get done on time an were gettiing ready to leave for the day, he would stop us and tell us we had to go pull orders so that "shipping could get out at a reasonable time". We were told that everyone would be accountable for what they did, but recieving always had to come behind shipping and clean up their trash messes. I walked out one morning when I was told to clean up after shipping, and if I didnt like it I could leave. So I left. Write ups were and everyday thing in recieving
Packing Associate (Current Employee) – City Industry, CA – October 27, 2015
At HD Supply, I cannot argue with the pay and the benefits that follow. However I want a stable, 40 hours a week, job where I start in the morning and leave in the afternoon. And I would like for my next job not to be in something that is redundant in terms of tasks. All day is nothing but packing an order, auditing it, and moving on to the next one. Again it pays well, but I want a job where its a little more versatile.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Olympia, wa area's – April 18, 2015
I was the merchandiser at 5 Home depot stores working the Crown Bolt products. This is a very physical job, but I love my job. The store personal was great, I made several friends and they always said how much they really like having me in there stores. HD supply management was ok.... they were real slow to give praise, but they were respectful of me when they were there. I was lucky to be with some one for 6 to 8 weeks before they leave you alone. The job with this company is very intense and you have to know the product you are ordering and throwing.
Good pay, nice stores, 40 hrs. per week
Very physically demanding, management very slow to praise.
lumber yard (Former Employee) – Gardena, CA – December 8, 2016
The work at HD Supply was very fulfilling. they balanced between my second job and was able to work both at the same time. the employees are very nice and friendly. I would recommend HD Supply to anyone.
Company That Tries To Be Professional But Fail Miserably.
Shipping Associate (Former Employee) – Norcross, GA – October 2, 2013
Expect extremely long hours (over 12 hours a day most days) with very little extra break time. Management is a complete joke. They can not even make sure necessary supplies needed to do your job are in stock and let the slackers on the line do as they please (personally seen people take 2 hour lunch breaks with no repercussions). Very irritating for the hard workers there. Upper management will lie to your face about everything from compensation to whats expected of you. Absolutely zero regard for people who have been there for a long time, and good luck ever moving up. My advice? If you do accept a position here (WHY?!), use it as a resume filler at most. Don't bust your butt, it's not like the supervisors are usually around anyway.
Most of the hourly co-workers were hard working, good people
Management, long hours, just about everything else
Commercial Driver (Current Employee) – College Station, TX – August 14, 2016
• Proficient in meeting aggressive deadlines, guaranteeing deliveries are on schedule. • Handling inventory distribution to the end-client. • Managing load securement and weight distribution following necessary legal procedures for the Department of Transportation. • Customer-facing, ensuring necessary paperwork is obtained at time of transaction.
Be Healthy initiatives to promote healthy lifestyle and work-life balance
Inventory Specialist (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – January 28, 2013
Growing company with great liquidity but lacking talent management. Constrained with many traditional, middle-level managers. Encourages employees to acquire professional certifications and degrees--will not reimburse certifications but will support educational development. No additional compensation for completion of higher-level education, even when privately funded. Not a forward-thinking, innovative firm. Very traditional and hierarchical with little responsiveness to ideas such as S&OP and a Vendor Management Program. Slow to match business model with strategy and keep up with growth. However, the employees are wonderful.
Senior Portfolio Sales Representative (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 12, 2015
There was never a dull day at HD Supply. You were either working on a project, seeking out a project or traveling to bid on a project. I learned so much from this company. This is where I learned how to do procurement and project management. I managed and supported the whole Southwest region including Las Vegas, and Hawaii. I think the hardest part was getting all of the sales reps on board on how the process was on bidding a project with me. I was the main contact. Once everyone was on the same page we were out there in field bidding and sealing deals all over my territory. I exceeded plan year over year.
Core Credit Rep Accounting (Current Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – September 17, 2015
Get to work at 7am and start on the rotary phone. I take calls , work reports aging, my aging is under 7.3% monthly. I manage over 12-15 million dollar accounts daily and deliver excellent customer service to many personalities over the phones.
good benefits, Flexible schedule, close to school
No challenge, supervisors do not give raises and build you up and then tear you down