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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.?

Cashier in Matamoras:
"Horrible. It cost me more money to work here than I make."
Pros: The people I work with.
Cons: Pay. Hours. No compensation. No equal opportunity. Horrible work environment.

Retail Department Supervisor in Kansas City:
"High expectations, stressful."
Pros: Casual dress.
Cons: Too little help and can be stressful. Management that is lazy and passes off thier responsibilities to to hourly associates.

Sales Specialist in Allen:
Pros: The associates, benefits, close to home.
Cons: Stressful work environment, weird hours, working weekends all the time.

Customer Service Supervisor in Anchorage:
"Rewarding, knowledgeable, interesting, being able to interac."
Pros: Being able to learn about home décor and every part of home improvement, and being able to see customers happy with the positive outcome, also being able to train associates are in their specific field or department.

Cashier in Portland:
"Culture, flexibility, moderate stress level, good mgmt."
Pros: Everyone strives for excellence! We are very supportive of each other. We are proud of the company we represent and the opportunities that are available to succeed, should a person wish to progress. The mindset is mainly to remain top notch in our work and our attitude.
Cons: It is crazy busy at times and very exhausting! There are days where you literally assist customer's for 2 or more hours straight. There is no break in the line of customers. Their needs are so diverse and you think on your feet, minute by minute. I do not feel that most of us are recognized for our speed, exceptional care and commitment to performing as thoroughly and positively with every bit of energy we have!

Retail Sales Associate in Slidell:
Pros: Plants.
Cons: Internal cliques.

Cashier in Chicago:
"I donto like what I do."
Pros: The little people I work with.
Cons: They don't care about they're employees. If you haven't been there for ever you're nobody n your opinion doesn't matter and a District Manager said this to me.

Customer Service Specialist in Georgetown:
"It's stressful working in constant chaos."
Pros: It is rarely boring.
Cons: It is a very hot place to work.

Sales Specialist in Grafton:
Pros: People I work with, helping customers.
Cons: Schedule varies week to week, only weekends you get off are those you request off and are approved for.

Cashier in El Cajon:
"Thier metrics for cashiers is fraud. They promote people by."
Pros: Fast pace working with people.
Cons: They are not being fair and par time hrs.. You stick it outfit years and have no bad point then they promote somebody to full time that has only been thier 7 months and me 2/12 years.

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