Pro Account Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Butler, PA – February 7, 2016
too many errors and the concern of management seems to be somewhat misguided as to how the business should run as far as contractor sales is concerned, although they make a lot of money every fiscal year I do not believe that they are maximizing the market nor do they seem to care. very cold place to work with a rumor mill that is exhausting
some of the workers are nice and one manager is excellent
lack of expansion or training, experience and performance is not rewarded
Asset Protection Specialist (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 7, 2016
You'll be hired part-time. Only a few set schedule positions. If your part time you'll be on notice. Asset Protection advancement is a trickle but management positions on the sales floor are available from supervisor to manager.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Denton, TX – February 7, 2016
Home Depot is an interesting company. While the benefits for part timers are great and fellow associates are kind and helpful ( As far as cashiers. Floor associates are a much different story, not all but most can be difficult at times to work with. ). Retail is retail so except it to be such just add a lot more movement and if you are male expect to load the occasionally vehicle with any given materials in the store ( without proper training ). Management plays favorites often so don't be surprised if you take more heat for one mistake while that guy thats been there for a few months barely does his job, is often late, and does nothing but complain about how hard his job is never has a word said to him.
Good Benefits if you can afford it
Some floor associates, cashiers take all blame for anyone in the stores mistakes, hard to change schedule, students say good bye to your social life, working weekends is highly inforced unless your a favorite, pay is lack luster for whats being asked.
Paint Department Associate (Current Employee) – Simi Valley, CA 93065 – February 6, 2016
Mixed paint and helped customers choose the right tools for their project. Learned a lot if DIY tactics and tricks. Management wasn't all that great. some co-workers were not the nicest or greatest people. Hardest part of the job is knowing all the product information and which item will work the best. Most enjoyable part of the job is helping customers and meeting people.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Emeryville, CA – February 6, 2016
This is a ok place to work i guess. I personally hated it and thought i could do it for the money but i just felt like a piece of me died each day. Its not a hard job at all but there are things you have to go through each day which make your day more difficult.
US Security Associate (Current Employee) – Van Buren, OH – February 6, 2016
I enjoy greeting and sending off warehouse workers. They are nice and pleasant to deal with. Enjoy their joking around, but they keep it at a professional level. Hardest part of this job is staying awake, but the "gang" pops in to revive me at times.
Midnight shift allows me to manage my family of 4 dogs with little problems.
There is no benefits that a single person can afford.
Fun place to work for the most part. I learned allot while I was in the hardware department.. The workers were the main reason most people stayed as long as they did. Turnover was rampant. constantly changing. supervisors were reassigned different departments with little or no training then fired for not making quotas. If you weren't a department supervisor you were nothing.