Efficient workplace where you are working on your own unloading merchandise from a pallet in designated aisles.
Freight Team Associate (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – October 13, 2016
Working at Home Depot was a positive work experience for myself. It was hard work that was rewarding. Typically the freight team would start the shift by unloading pallets full of merchandise off of the delivery truck, then designate the merchandise based on the aisles each item goes into. Then we would split up into aisles unloading the merchandise.
TEAM LEADER (Former Employee) – Conshohocken, PA – March 22, 2017
I enjoyed the hands on aspect of the job and constantly staying busy. I was able to build displays and work with my hands. Handled all of the inventory in the lumber department and kept track of what was being ordered.
MET Supervisor (Current Employee) – Central NJ – March 22, 2017
When one takes their job seriously, by coming to work on time and doing what is asked, THD is a good place to work. They can be flexible, and will help you develop yourself. Most management is promoted internally. a majority of senior management started as part time employees.
Twice annually bonus based on sales for all employees past six months employment, a viable career option
Freight Team Associate (Current Employee) – Glen Mills, PA – March 22, 2017
Okay and fun at times. This company is alright to work for just for extra income in the spring and or summer times. This company can do more for employee moral and overall satisfaction for work life balance as a whole
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Plainfield, IN – March 22, 2017
The Home Depot is full of nice people that actually care about their employees. The employees are all so nice and friendly as well as the managers and supervisors. It's a workplace that I would highly recommend to friends.
Working is top notch but wholesome family feeling exist here. Good fantastic working experience derectional and developmental.good stuff. Career builder job development success driven property understanding of the work to life need of staff
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – American Fork, UT – March 22, 2017
This company is one that encourages personal growth and development on a daily basis. If one even shows the slightest interest in pursuing a higher career, they are given every opportunity and tool to do so. In the short time I began working there, several associates who were hired on with me were promoted to full time, including myself, and then to supervisors, in the span of ten months. Overall, it's a great place to place one's self if you want to rise quickly in a retail companies ladder.
Paint Specialists (Former Employee) – Grand Chute, WI – March 22, 2017
The best part of working at the depot was meeting new people everyday. I enjoyed helping the customers find the right product for their needs. I learned a lot about all areas of construction and interior design while working there.
I love working for Home Depot it's a great place to work
Customer service Representative (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 22, 2017
One thing I can say about this company Home Depot this the best job I ever had and will be great job for anyone it's a lot to learn they have a lot to offer great people great customer great benefit it teach you how to fix build and sell products
Freight Team Associate (Former Employee) – Cedartown, GA – March 22, 2017
I won't even shop at home depot because of how they treated me as an employee. I loved the job, unloading trucks and stocking shelves. I learned alot of valuable job experience there but I was eventually laid off because of poor management. Unless you're friends with someone higher up, you're expendable. Pay is horrible.
Lengthy breaks, valuable work experience
Minimal pay, no job security, poor management, low hours
Lumber and Building Materials Sales Associate (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 22, 2017
A typical day consists of assisting customers in product knowledge and selling all and every product associated with their project. Rush hour begins around 10am everyday until about 3:00 pm, which can be a pretty big rush. The culture is pretty enjoyable and has its pros and cons, just like any other customer service job. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping a customer who has little to no idea with a home project they are working on. Helping make sure they leave with the knowledge and know-how of how to attack their project makes the job enjoyable.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Santa Clarita, CA 91351 – March 22, 2017
I love working for The Home Depot. Everyday i look forward to going to work and having a fun enthusiastic positive place to work. its very fast past and hard work, i enjoy meeting new faces everyday and helping the customers.
Accounts Payable Associate (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 21, 2017
Very professional but relaxed. Family cultured, Well lit, I learned how to up price and discount products. How to perform overviews for the financial business to its suppliers shown as liabilities. The hardest part of the job was having to sit for long periods of time balancing spreadsheets. The most enjoyable part of the job is the convenience of never having to leave the building for anything i.e. lunch, workout, dry cleaners etc.
Nonstop Shop convenience of restaurants, news stands, dry cleaners
short breaks, have to work an entire year before paid vacation or holidays
Hours are horrible because they dont give over time, and no set schedules. I learned nothing. Management was awful and inconsistent. I wouldnt recommend Home depot to people that are serious about making money. This a job fit for high school or beginner jobs.
Day Labor (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – March 21, 2017
Sadly, I was only picked up once. I tried many mornings to work Day labor, but it was only a simple gig similar to a gig I had at a restaurant in Lake Charles Louisiana. In Lake Charles I made 40 dollars in 3 and half hours but in Washington DC when I was picked up for day labor at Home Depot I made 20 dollars in just one hour!