Overall Employee Satisfaction
3.3

Manager Relationship
3.8
Manager Communication
3.4
Appreciation
3.0
Learning and Development
3.4
Company Outlook
4.0
Fair Pay
2.5
Pay Transparency
2.6
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How do employees review their experience at The Home Depot Inc.?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with The Home Depot Inc. as 3.3 out of 5. The Home Depot Inc. earns the highest marks for Company Outlook with a score of 4.0 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Pay Policy, giving it 2.4 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that The Home Depot Inc., with scores of 3.0 and 4.0 respectively, should have higher overall employee satisfaction and lower rates of turnover. Learn More

The Home Depot Inc. Reviews

Q: What is it like working at The Home Depot Inc.?

Customer Service Associate in Dickson City:
"The Magic Desk."
Pros: Working with the public. Helping to solve problems. The ability to grow with the company.
Cons: Employee moral has declined due to management having to please EVERY customer. Being called names by customers.

Cashier in Salem:
"Horrible pay, but nice co-workers."
Pros: I liked the people I worked with, and I liked the flexibility of the schedule.
Cons: The pay is atrocious. This is metro Boston, and they pay minimum wage. They also favor people who "bleed orange" (act like they're married to the company).

Laborer, Freight, Stock, Material Mover, Hand in Suwanee:
Pros: The opition to move up in the company.
Cons: They give you no info or any education on their products as a part of the freight team.

Department Manager, Retail Store in South Portland:
"Satisfying."
Pros: The people I work with.
Cons: Compensation.

Sales Associate in Austin:
"Barely worth it."
Pros: Meeting people, helping people learn, and learning about new home technology. I like moving around and meeting people.
Cons: Conflicting tasks, ie stocking AND working with customers(Prioirty) at the same time. Poor support from management, ie constant change of management personnel, many of whom have poor people skills. A great deal of training, most of which is useless.

Sales Associate in Houston:
"Frustrating."
Pros: Working with customers, product knowledge helps people do projects.
Cons: Unpredictable work hours, late work hours, no respect for extra effort put in to learn product line.

Bookkeeper in Jacksonville:
"Perks."
Pros: Job flexibility for taking care of family. Available hours for certain positions.
Cons: Minimal staffing , changing job demands, fluctuating hours due to sales, few opportunities for full time positions for incoming or current employees. Unwilling to make exceptions for current long time employees.

Sales Associate in Corpus Christi:
"New challenge every day."
Pros: Get to help people.and they are very gratefull.
Cons: My skills are under payed.think there going to lose me., to lowes.

Cashier in Los Angeles:
Pros:
Cons: Way too much favoritism and not being valued.

Sales Associate in Toronto:
"Customer base challengimg."
Pros: Close to home and always Learning new things.
Cons: Management very indecisive. How things are to be done.

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