The Home Depot Inc. Job Reviews

3.4
Overall Satisfaction
Manager Relationship
3.8
Manager Communication
3.4
Appreciation
3.1
Learning and Development
3.4
Company Outlook
4.1
Fair Pay
2.5
Pay Transparency
2.6
United States (change)

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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 3.4 out of 5. The Home Depot Inc. earns the highest marks for Company Outlook with a score of 4.1 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 3.1 and 4.1 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.?

Lead Generator:
I was hired to be a lead generator, but received very weak to little training. I decided to learn on my own and took courses on my own time, including paying for a course, but management never really cared. My job as the store's primary lead generator came with various restriction on what qualified as a lead in my areas of promotion, but over time, Home Depot pushed all its store associates to put in leads with no restrictions on them. They would never share leads with me. What leads I got I fought for; I took them before anyone else. I could never get my primary supervisors to supply with me the samples or business cards I needed to do my job. I have no control of the final sale process in the areas I was promoting, that was someone's job and rarely did a sale go through. I begged, and pleaded with managers to let me shadow a person who was generating more leads than I was, only to be told no time and time again. This is important to me, but no one cares to see that I really wanted to succeed.

Retail Store Assistant Manager in Tavernier:
"Working with numerous oportunities to grow and develop people."
Pros: The people
Cons: People who dont care about the core values

Sales Associate in Middletown:
"Sales associate."
Pros: interaction with the public
Cons: the pay

Merchandiser in Augusta:
"Lack of Innovation and Organization."
Pros: Being right when I call out upper management's bad decisions.
Cons: Everything. Low effort workers litter the environment making more work for whoever comes upon the situation last. Lack of organization overall (Never finding stock in appropriate locations, lack of cosolidation of work projects, no forethought put in by upper management)

Sales Associate:
Home Depot is the perfect place if you enjoy interacting with people, Home depot also has very good perks for their employees online. You, also have the opportunity to learn to of the different trades in the Building and Trades Industry.

Head Cashier in Las Vegas:
"Satisfying."
Pros: Helping mentor
Cons: Angry people

Sales Associate in Roseburg:
Pros: Solving customer needs.
Cons: The lack of management concern. Promotion based on time served, not ability.

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