Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Louisiana – May 31, 2018
I absolutely loved my time at Hajoca! Unfortunately, due to the organization being relatively flat, I was promoted out of the business due to a change in vision on how they define "Satellite" locations. However, I am proud to have been part of the team and love the leadership! I learned a lot and grew into a better leader!
Management Trainee (Current Employee) – Virginia – May 29, 2018
While Hajoca is a multi-million dollar company, it is very autonomous allowing each branch to find its own way and take on risk as if a small independently owned business. Beyond the respect for business decisions, the culture as a whole from branch to branch is one of pride and great respect and caring between teammates. I never believed there would be such a culture with a company so large, however, Hajoca has created something truly wonderful.
Free meals, great management, training opportunities
work/life balance can be difficult for some individuals
Fast paced company with rewarding culture for hard workers
Manager (Current Employee) – Virginia – May 29, 2018
On the Profit Center level, work is fast paced, rewarding, and a fun environment where each branch feels like a family. Lots of opportunities to be an important member of the team and contribute to decision making in every position. The company wants everyone to grow and develop so there are lots of training and advancement opportunities. Corporate is also very down to earth.
Manager (Current Employee) – Clarksburg, WV – May 25, 2018
I have been working for Hajoca for three years and it is a great company. They have invested in my development and showed me what I can achieve. From the very top management, people development is number one for Hajoca. This helps us be the best in customer service and grow our business in many different markets.
Professional Development Opportunities, Relationship Selling, Autonomy
There are some cons to a decentralized culture, but they are outweighed by benefits.
Management Trainee (Former Employee) – Southern California – May 23, 2018
The company culture was great, unfortunately the Regional and Branch management were more sales driven than people driven. I would highly recommend Hajoca and it's sister companies if you work outside of Southern California.
Counter Sales (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – May 7, 2018
terrible management, was lied to and told of advancing when it was mnever intended. manager was not trained and had no clue what he was doing. this manager never knew anything about plumbing and would rely on people who knew the real way to install different applications
Purchasing Agent (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 7, 2018
I opened my current list of suggested purchase orders, reviewed them and converted the ones that were good and viable orders. after lunch, I reviewed as many lines as possible to update software maintenance to help the system purchase smoothly.
Driver (Current Employee) – Los Angeles C.A – March 11, 2018
Hajoca is an awesome place to work. its a very great learning environment and teaches you a lot about the plumbing industry. At the end of each physical year what ever profit the branch make you get a part of the profit. It is the most bonus i have ever received from any company. it also makes the workers push harder throughout the year.
Good people, tough industry to thrive in today's business market.
Outside Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Lansdale, PA – February 14, 2018
Hajoca is a nationwide family owned Plumbing, Heating and Industrial wholesaler, they have a total of 500 branches in the US. Each branch stands on its own with inventory and what they sell. Outside Sales requires working from home @ night to complete your quotes and orders on specialty items.
Purchased of Plumbing and Heating items when needed
Commercial Credit Support (Current Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – January 23, 2018
I was an intern at Hajoca in the credit department. I had a good experience. I learned a lot and everyone in the was kind and helpful. Most of the people I met at Hajoca have been there for a long time and enjoy working there.
small office only about 12 people, half related to each other in some way. Manager quit out of the blue over a year ago and everything fell apart. Everyone wanted to be in charge but no one wanted to be accountable. Turn over is pretty high
off on weekends
small office only about 12 people, half related to each other in some way