Q: What is it like working at The Home Depot Inc.?
Sales Associate in 23112:
Pros: My fellow associates.
Cons: The pay, work a regular job meant to employ a person to support a family and get minimum wage pay.
Retail Department Supervisor in Halethorpe:
"I find it to be a very good company to work for."
Pros: I like how the home depot takes care of its associates and how easy it is to move up.
Cons: I think they hire too many people who don't take the job seriously.
Retail Store Assistant Manager in Savannah:
"The hardest job youll ever love! A different job every day."
Pros: Helping customers every day, and playing a part in each employees life and future.
Cons: Not having enough time to spend with customers and associates- I must move to help the most customers, and listen to each associate- sometimes I cannot give the right amount of time to each.
Operations Supervisor in Salt Lake City:
Pros: Amazing bosses, excellent opportunity to grow and improve skillset.
Cons: Pay entry level employees relatively little, can't keep good employees, lots of turn over.
Parking Lot Attendant in San Diego:
"Life on the Parking Lot."
Pros: Best part is helping out customers and saving them time by loading items for them.
Cons: Weekend is open, only given days off according to schedule availability; parking lot gets hectic or when I am the only person working in the lot at the time.
Asset Protection Manager in San Leandro:
"Long Hours and No Love."
Pros: There are great benefits and great pay. The employees are great and most are job-focused. All of the employees want more knowledge and to expand their current situation. Everyone wants to see the business grow and do well, because it improves their own bonuses and profit shares. They offer great training and development.
Cons: The company requires managers to work 55+ hours a week with no overtime paid. They put an (hourly rate) x 40 hours on the paystub, but the extra 15+ hours of overtime is given to the company for free. According to California law, this practice is illegal. To comply with the law, managers must be paid a minimum of 2 times the current minimum wage and be paid overtime over 40 hours. So currently the CA min. Wage is $9.25, but for a manager (any level) it is $18.50. Annually (2080 hours) base is $38,480. Their required overtime (1.5 x 780=1170 hours) annually is $21,645. Total hourly compensation to meet their time worked requirement is $60,125 at CA min. Wage rate. Essentially, you are short changed financially and you have no work/life balance. It not good when you find out that, as a manager, you are being paid less than your employees' hourly rate.
Sales Associate in Phoenix:
Pros: Associates are good people.
Cons: Compensation is excessively low.
Customer Service Associate in Salt Lake City:
"Providing excellent customer service, learning new skills."
Pros: I enjoy working with customers and being physically active. I enjoy gaining more skills and added knowledge to help customers with their improvement projects.
Cons: When associates are unable to complete their tasks, usually it gets passed off to the next associate. This can have a negative affect on store sales.
Retail Department Supervisor in North Hollywood:
"Challenging Never Boring."
Pros: Alway learning something new. Daily challenges.
Cons: Schedule doesn't allow for normal home activities, unless vacation time is requested.
Sales Associate in Wilmington:
"Still feeling this place out."
Pros: The bonuses given for good customer service the when we celebrate holidays.
Cons: No coverage.
Usually running the whole lumber department myself.
Micro managing employees who take there jobs way to serious.