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Quintin

97 months ago

I spoke with a staffing company and they told me that they heard Home Depot was a terrible place to work, low wages and one person does the work of 3 people and that HD has a large turnover in employees because of the low pay??????

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Karen in San Diego, California

97 months ago

KB said: Roy,
I think most companies have done some type of downsizing since 9/11.

I'm curious what you think 9/11 has to do with it. I have seen this trend ("The company is losing profits, we must downsize", while profits are not declining, workers who have been there the longest are fired first, new workers are brought in at lower wages and CEOs and top personnel get huge increases in salary.) rising since the late '80s. It's an insidious way to drive down wages, and it's worked quite well, unfortunately. There aren't many unions any more to stop it. The workers who are hurt the most seem to think unions are somehow evil. Why? Oops, off topic. What has happened since 9/11 to make this situation worse? I don't get it, please explain?

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Karen in San Diego, California

97 months ago

Ron said: If Depot is such a crappy employer, as you say. Then why are they the second largest retailer in the world!! and why do you keep applying? they have a brief test in the initial application process that weeds out the applicants like yourself, in which you did not pass.

I'm guessing wal-mart is the largest retailer. You only get to be a "large retailer" by paying low wages and offering few benefits. That translates into big profits and record stock sales. See: www.wakeupwalmart.com
He probably applied to HD because he needed a job and Home Depot seems to need workers since it has such omnipresent hiring ads. Seems logical to me. Application processes are random and nothing is really weeded out. My husband works for Home Depot. He was told he was one of many applicants when he wasn't (so he could be paid less) His co-workers in his same position were treated badly until they left (they were making 20-30% more than him) and now he does as much work as 2-3 people used to do. He's looking for another job.

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geanna in Canon City, Colorado

97 months ago

John Florida said: Home Depot continue to post jobs but never replys
Indeed should do something about this.
There is no opportunity to get a job with Home Depot on Indeed.com
i agree profoundly!! our home depot is claiming they are hiring but arent calling anyone back. whats the deal??????

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geanna in Canon City, Colorado

97 months ago

our home depot here is on 12 different job searches and hasnt hired anyone that i know have applyed there.

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Jake in Elyria, Ohio

97 months ago

Been reading all these HD horror stories.

I think HD and every other company are about the same. They use their company web page, phone mail, and mumbo-jumbo psych tests to weed out strangers so they can justify hiring family and friends. And about company web pages and the HR section, as far as I am concerned, family or friends maintain them and do whatever they need to justify their existence. So most of career sections on company web pages are all a total scam!

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kachoo24 in Rock Island, Illinois

97 months ago

I am really suprised at what I've been reading. I applied for a job at Home Depot through their website directly and a week later I got a call from the store HR manager who set up a store interview for the next day. I went in and interviewed with him and he then sent me directly to the store manager for ym 2nd interview. After that the store manager stepped out and the HR manager came in and offered me a position as a specialist for $12.00 an hour. I have no retail or construction experience and have spent the past 10 years working in the mortgage industry. I know several people that work for Home Depot in several location and they love working for the company. Am I the only person who has had a good experience with them??

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Karen in San Diego, California

97 months ago

Good to know they can manage to do things right. Sounds like some corporate apathy, some inept management, some locations have good people who can get the job done right.

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John

97 months ago

Good comment

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kachoo24 in Rock Island, Illinois

97 months ago

The thing that annoys me the most is that you see all these people posting comments about how much HOme Depot sucks, but when you think about it, almost every company out there has a website or a forum that people use to complain about it. No matter where you work or what you do there will be people that hate it and people that love it. The only difference is that the people that love it spend their time doing something else other than complaining. The people that hate it have nothing better to do than complain about it. If you hate Home Depot, quit, move on with your life, and get over it. If you still work there and hate it, well then shame on you for not having the balls to find something you do want to do. Nothing can change your situation except for yourself.

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KB

97 months ago

People are entitled to their opinions about Home Depot - good and bad. This area is supposed to host comments good and bad for the benefit of others. I'm sure there are some great managers in some of the individual Home Depot stores. Good for them and good for the people who have applied there, but not all stores are managed the same. There is also a difference between working at the corporate office and in one of the stores. Some people are talking about their experiences with corporate and some with individual stores. If you like what you read and it's been useful, then that's great. If you don't like what you read, then you are certainly entitled to your opinion just like the rest of us.

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Edward, David

97 months ago

For ( Kachoo24 ) and other persons who saw that (*name removed) and his now $210 million golden parachute; believe that in your statement if your not happy with your employment move on. Maybe so, but it still takes money to make money. So if Robert N. was happy with with his position, why is he so much happier not to be with HD. Apart from the major cash pay out.
*Looks like someone here is now looking for a bonus check, in placeing GOOD comments about their new employment with Home Depot.
ps. - There are also women who read and reply to this site, so lets please leave the physical anatomical differences out.

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Karen in San Diego, California

97 months ago

"The only difference is that the people that love it spend their time doing something else other than complaining. The people that hate it have nothing better to do than complain about it."

And yet... You are wasting your time complaining about complainers. Perhaps you should find a better use for your time? I think the people here are sharing experiences in order to help other employees make good decisions about their next employers. I think this forum has been fairly constructive.

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Karen in San Diego, California

97 months ago

"ps. - There are also women who read and reply to this site, so lets please leave the physical anatomical differences out."

The use of the word "balls" doesn't offend me. Your leap to protect women from the word "balls" does. I can handle balls as well as the next fella. BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS

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HD Employee in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

97 months ago

kachoo24 said: I am really suprised at what I've been reading. I applied for a job at Home Depot through their website directly and a week later I got a call from the store HR manager who set up a store interview for the next day. I went in and interviewed with him and he then sent me directly to the store manager for ym 2nd interview. After that the store manager stepped out and the HR manager came in and offered me a position as a specialist for $12.00 an hour. I have no retail or construction experience and have spent the past 10 years working in the mortgage industry. I know several people that work for Home Depot in several location and they love working for the company. Am I the only person who has had a good experience with them??

I'm so very glad that someone felt compelled to stand in defense of meaningless criticism. If you have worked for Home Depot and were dissatisfied with your position, then you are welcome to share those complaints with credibility. If you have never worked for the Home Depot, then your opinion is meaningless and immaterial.

I am a 5 year veteran of a Home Depot company, and completely love my job. Does Home Depot make mistakes? Absolutely! They are a large corporation run by mere mortals; to err is human. However, overall, they are an employee-centered company who strives to be "an employer of choice." I have been promoted 4 times in the past 3 years, and have been offered every possible opportunity to excel. I owe Home Depot a debt of gratitude for the opportunity and support.

I am not only a loyal and satisfied employee: I am also a customer for life.

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Bubba in La Habra, California

97 months ago

Karen said: "ps. - There are also women who read and reply to this site, so lets please leave the physical anatomical differences out.
"
The use of the word "balls" doesn't offend me. Your leap to protect women from the word "balls" does. I can handle balls as well as the next fella. BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS

Woohoo! Score one for gender equality! Score one for Balls!

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Quintin

97 months ago

WOW

What kind of comment was this?

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kachoo24 in Rock Island, Illinois

97 months ago

I'm sorry that my use of the word "balls" offended some of you. I am a female (yes, 100%) and believe that there are bigger problems out there than the use of one small word. I am not a feminist, but a hard working woman who believes in all things equal for men and women. I could have said "grow some ovaries" but for me it just didn't get my point across best. And yes, there are probably some better things I could have done with my time than post a message here and there. But I am open to criticism and understand that everyone does have a right to his or her opinion. But if you notice the positive comments are structured to show the good and bad and understanding of negative and positive employment with Home Depot and the negative comments seem to be mindless complaining that something didn't go right. I understand you may be frustrated, but there are two sides to every story. So it leads me to believe that we may not all have both sides to make an honest decision. I enjoy working for Home Depot, I am successful at what I do, and yes, there are people even that I work with that hate their job. If it's a job to you, yes, you will eventually hate it and resent it, no matter who the company is, But if it is a career for you, you will take the good in with the bad and either strive to change the negative or increase the positive. Instead of complaining, maybe voice a concern or something and ask for opinions on this site. Some of us may have gone through it or may be able to give you a third party inside advice you may benefit from. It's just my suggestion.....

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Jake in Elyria, Ohio

97 months ago

I'm not trying to complain here, but does HD really administer a bunch of tests to the job applicants?

I understand about the necessity of some plumbing, electrical, and carpenter experience. I can see hiring a small handful these technically inclined people to answer technical questions. But everyone?

C'mon, are all those tests necessary to hire dock workers, shelf stockers, parking lot attendants, and cleanup people?

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The C in SC in Columbia, South Carolina

97 months ago

The same locations of HD has also had the exact same job postings on SnagAJob.com. You never have any type of follow up though (rejection, interview, etc.).

As for Spherion, I worked for them before on an assignment. The position was described as an administrative vacancy, but when I got to the location I learned that I was lied to. There were other new hires on the same project that would go to break/lunch on the first day and not return because of the work, at least I did make it two weeks. Then when I asked them for another assignment (it was a posted vacancy) I was lied to and never called/written/e-mailed back. I thought that I was the only person until I was on assignment for another temp agency. There were others that wanted to apply with Spherion, but the agents were so openly rude the individuals never bothered to apply.

Long story short, Temp/Staffing agencies are all EVIL. You fill out the never ending applications, spend two to three hours there testing, and days, weeks, then months waiting for an opportunity that will never come. We are all just pawns for them to add to their company's database to get contracts...

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Jake in Elyria, Ohio

96 months ago

[QUOTE who="kachoo24"]

Curious, did you accept the HD job offer?

How is at HD?

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Anne in Austin, Texas

96 months ago

My husband interviewed a few years ago with HD for a District Loss Prevention position. When he went into the interview, the Regional LP guy who was interviewing him kept saying how they would work the crap out of him, long hours, no days off... He spent no time asking him about his qualifications or experience, only basically telling him that he didn't want to work there. Weirdest interview he had EVER been on, outside of the guy from Friendly Foods. Anyone here remember them?

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GH in Stockton, California

96 months ago

With all these ads they are running it makes you wonder if any one is working there! LOL

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Still Persistent in Fuquay Varina, North Carolina

96 months ago

GH said: With all these ads they are running it makes you wonder if any one is working there! LOL

From what I've read locally, HD has "seasonal workers" - it is almost spring and people will be buying to spruce up the yards. I know I'm ready to "dig in the dirt".

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Carolyn in Prescott, Arizona

96 months ago

John Florida said: Home Depot continue to post jobs but never replys
Indeed should do something about this.
There is no opportunity to get a job with Home Depot on Indeed.com
I've applied for jobs and have never heard back from Home Depot.. I think this is very, very RUDE.......

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Jake in North Ridgeville, Ohio

96 months ago

[QUOTE who="Carolyn"]I've applied for jobs and have never heard back from Home Depot.. I think this is very, very RUDE.......

I am trying to get professional work in high technology, and the bulk of the people I deal with are also rude. Face it, most people are selfish, no matter who they are or where they are from.

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Terri

95 months ago

I agree with the person who wrote earlier that if home depot doesn,t think that u fit there criteria....that the least they could do is send a no thank you and that way u wouldn't keep reapplying for the same job that they will never call u about to begin with .....why post the job if u can't at least call that person in for an interview.....i wonder what kind of loop holes u have to jump through to get a freaking interview.....

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April in Great Falls, Montana

95 months ago

Can you imagine how many thousands of applications the Home Depot system receives every MONTH. Do you really think it is feasible for any system to personally reply to every application.
That would only drive up costs because of all the people they would have to hire.
Grow up, direct your energy and time elsewhere.

I work with people with disabilities and assist them in finding employment. I got one fellow hired with no problem at all.

Did learn that HD Corporate in Atlanta, does post jobs for various stores without consulting the HR people about their needs. As such, people are applying for jobs that very well may not exist at the time.

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jasmine in Irving, Texas

95 months ago

home depot opened a new call center last yr in march in addison tx, i worked for that call center until march of this yr when they decide to close it. the place sucks and as far as i'm concern its the worst place to work for!!

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Qa in Fort Worth, Texas

95 months ago

Lets see, they gave you 2 months severance, provided for Right Management to come in at their expense and put on job fair after job fair to help the employees. During the last month the center was open they let you spend just about every moment at work looking for another job using company computers. Provided every opportunity to take time off to go to interviews, payed you all acrued vacation even if it had not been earned yet, still to this day keeps the center open and Right Management on site to help. Organize for the Texas Workforce commission to come on site and help those with unemployment bebefits. Provided job references and post dated your employment till 5/11/07 so that there would be no gap in your resume....Wow what a crappy place to work. I dont think to know how good you had it. Everyone that I know that worked there had several offers by the time it closed. The only people that I know that didnt receive offers were ones that didnt want to work in the first place.

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kachoo24 in Rockford, Illinois

95 months ago

I did accept the job at home depot and I love it! When they hired me I was already almost 6 months pregnant and they hired me knowing full well I would go on maternity leave soon. I have been on the floor for about 2 months now and I am getting ready to have my baby any day. The management and staff have been so great to me allowing me to do what I can and no one has given me any grief about time off. Any other job would have probably never hired me, especially for a position that demands a lot of lifting and such. The other employees have been so helpful and understanding and have helped me through it all. Yes, Home Depot has its ups and downs and I do see some things that need to change, but as a new employee they have done everything to make me comfortable at this time. I do most of the desk work and anyone who has been pregnant before knows the limitations it puts on oneself and how frustrating it can be. I can't say enough good things about everyone I work with including the managers. And for those of you that have applied and are worried about the tests, I knew nothing about flooring before I started and was hired for my past due to my experience dealing with people and the ability to handle paperork. They do give you a basic test which you take online when you apply, but it is more common sense than anything. And make sure to give them a couple weeks to respond - they really do get a LOT of applicants and need time to work through them all!!

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michelle in Westfield, Indiana

95 months ago

I agree with John, they never get back with you... They should something about this

John Florida said: Home Depot continue to post jobs but never replys

Indeed should do something about this.

There is no opportunity to get a job with Home Depot on Indeed.com

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bad for HD in Mansura, Louisiana

94 months ago

HD Employee in Baton Rouge, Louisiana said: I'm so very glad that someone felt compelled to stand in defense of meaningless criticism. If you have worked for Home Depot and were dissatisfied with your position, then you are welcome to share those complaints with credibility. If you have never worked for the Home Depot, then your opinion is meaningless and immaterial.

I am a 5 year veteran of a Home Depot company, and completely love my job. Does Home Depot make mistakes? Absolutely! They are a large corporation run by mere mortals; to err is human. However, overall, they are an employee-centered company who strives to be "an employer of choice." I have been promoted 4 times in the past 3 years, and have been offered every possible opportunity to excel. I owe Home Depot a debt of gratitude for the opportunity and support.

I am not only a loyal and satisfied employee: I am also a customer for life.

Who's rear end have you been kissing. I came to this company with tons of experience and drive. Thought it was the place to be. Actually feel that I am becoming stupid. Things are so ass backwards. Look at managagement turnover. Even at the district level. Basis is strong back and weak mind. That's OK. It is starting to show. Lowes down the street is killing us day in and day out. And before you make the comment about if I don't like it leave it, trust me. I am about to. Just using them the way they have used me.

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Angie in Warner Robins, Georgia

94 months ago

My husband actually worked at HD Supply through a temporary agency. They were suppose to hire him on directly after 90 days. And everyone knows how it is to work for a temp agency, there is hardly any money,and no benefits. HD Supply used my husband, he worked there for six months and even though they had all these jobs posted for the same job he was doing no one still offered him employment through this company. Now I may be crazy, but I think it's something wrong with that picture!!!!

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MissShell in Los Angeles, California

94 months ago

No you aren't. I currently work in storage and soooo many of my renters work at Home Depot plus a long time friend that I began the application process. I haven't received a call but I plan to check in with the three Home Depots I want to work at next week. I'm trying to relocate so in a bit different boat.

I hope this board is wrong but I'll find out and report back.

kachoo24 in Rock Island, Illinois said: I am really surprised at what I've been reading. I applied for a job at Home Depot through their website directly and a week later I got a call from the store HR manager who set up a store interview for the next day. I went in and interviewed with him and he then sent me directly to the store manager for ym 2nd interview. After that the store manager stepped out and the HR manager came in and offered me a position as a specialist for $12.00 an hour. I have no retail or construction experience and have spent the past 10 years working in the mortgage industry. I know several people that work for Home Depot in several location and they love working for the company. Am I the only person who has had a good experience with them??

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Someone in Bakersfield, California

94 months ago

I know an 18 year old guy who got hired there with not much experience, and somewhat of a bad criminal background. I think the only reason he got it is because his older brother works there. Oh, and he gets paid around 500 a week, I think. I also know this other guy that works there. He's a bit on the slow side. I applied online once and never got any response. Sucked.

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AD in Huntington Beach, California

94 months ago

Do you work there too? Do they pay you overtime?

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Dave in Bear Creek, Alabama

94 months ago

911 did more damage to the nation than people realize. I worked for a phone company that was developing a product and had thousands of people dedicated to it. I don't know what took place to actually kill the project, but it was brought to a screeching halt soon after 911, employees were advised against air travel. The month following 911 resulted in a series of layoffs.......nearly 10,000.

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LPS in Moreno Valley, California

94 months ago

John Florida said: Home Depot continue to post jobs but never replys

Indeed should do something about this.

There is no opportunity to get a job with Home Depot on Indeed.com

One should use caution even considering a HD job. HD restructures their LP dept every year or so. Then they go out on an agressive hiring campaign. This happens every year or two. they send recrutiers into other stores and have them contact Lp in hopes to entice them to HD. Many never get call backs or even interviews ones who find themselves disappointed and possibly out of a job very quickly. Until HD has a firm idea on what they wan tout of LP it will not be a veru secure place to work. IMHO

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AD in Huntington Beach, California

94 months ago

John: did you work overtime there that was unpaid? Anthony

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Bill Chouinard in Natick, Massachusetts

94 months ago

I work at HD and we keep advertising because we need to find good people. You are lucky if we call, we are the greatest place to work and it is a privelege to be on my team. So if you cannot work hard and like to cry about everything go work at Lowes

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LPS in Moreno Valley, California

94 months ago

If its that great why do you need to keep advertising and going out on agressive recruting campaigns?

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Rebecca in Petersburg, Tennessee

94 months ago

John Florida said: Home Depot continue to post jobs but never replys

Indeed should do something about this.

There is no opportunity to get a job with Home Depot on Indeed.com

You are exactly right about no opportunities with Home Depot! Home Depot was at
my local unemployment office to recruit individuals, but when you try to give them a resume for a certain position, they tell you that position has been filled. Well, then they need to remove these jobs from the board if it's been filled. The recruiters were very rude and hateful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Brooke in Petersburg, Tennessee

94 months ago

I too have applied with Home Depot and have never received a response. Home Depot recruiters were at my local unemployment office recruiting individuals for a new store in my area, but when you offer your resume for certain positions, they tell you those positions have been filled, then brush you off. Indeed needs to remove these postings immediately!!! I found these folks very hateful and discouraging!!!!

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Monica in Austin, Texas

94 months ago

I've noticed that the positions posted on Indeed for Home Depot rarely comes from Home Depot itself. You will see the same positions come up as "new" day after day because different job sites are posting them. You'll see a DLPM position from HotJobs and then a couple of days later you'll see the same job posted from Diversity and then another few days later it will be back, but this time from lHispano. It makes it look as though there are a bunch of jobs out there, but there are not. And the ones posted were filled long ago.

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jim in Las Vegas, Nevada

94 months ago

John Florida said: Home Depot continue to post jobs but never replys

Indeed should do something about this.

There is no opportunity to get a job with Home Depot on Indeed.com

This is true!!! I called home depot and spoke with one of their assciates in their corporate office, They said they have never published this position, and to quit applying for it. How's that for a corporation to function? I will never shop there again!!!!!

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Monica in Austin, Texas

94 months ago

jim in Las Vegas, Nevada said: This is true!!! I called home depot and spoke with one of their assciates in their corporate office, They said they have never published this position, and to quit applying for it. How's that for a corporation to function? I will never shop there again!!!!!

I'm not sure we can blame HD for this mess. Indeed is only a clearinghouse for data they mine from other job sites. The same job keeps coming up time and again because one job site will post an opening, then another will "steal" it from them and so on down the line. Before you know it, we have 5 or 6 different postings for the same position each from a different job site. Indeed doesn't seem to have a filter for such repetition.

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Audrey (Host) in Austin, Texas

94 months ago

Monica in Austin, Texas said: I'm not sure we can blame HD for this mess. Indeed is only a clearinghouse for data they mine from other job sites. The same job keeps coming up time and again because one job site will post an opening, then another will "steal" it from them and so on down the line. Before you know it, we have 5 or 6 different postings for the same position each from a different job site. Indeed doesn't seem to have a filter for such repetition.
Indeed does use special filters to detect and remove duplicate jobs, and to detect when jobs are expired, but with so many job sites posting same/similar jobs, it's almost impossible to do perfectly. We're always working to improve this process.

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jeff in Salt Lake City, Utah

94 months ago

John Florida said: Home Depot continue to post jobs but never replys

Indeed should do something about this.

There is no opportunity to get a job with Home Depot on Indeed.com


NOW HD PUTS A DISCLAIMER FOR THE FAKE JOBS--WHAT IS THEIR GAME?

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captain richard alln bell,sr in Johnston, Rhode Island

94 months ago

dear home depot i would like to take this moment to Personaly thank one of your employees Allyson Beauregard from 95 highland ave, in seekonk Massachusetts Ri for finding my wallet i was in your store about two weeks ago and as i was shopping i had lost my wallet, Allyson was coming back from her brake when she found the wallet and returned it to the front desk we need more honest people like Allyson, she has done a good deed and i just wanted to say thank you so much for finding it it had all my personal belongings in it for the fire station and banking info and Ect... thank you Allyson Beauregard so much for helping me that day i hope you your company realizes what a good employee you are.. thank you captain Richard Allen bell

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