"Lots of accountability across the board for: meetings, reports, assisting other departments when short staffed (frequent occurrence), event planning, PK scheduling, vendor handling, training, credit driving/training, lead getting/training, lead follow-ups, customer issues related to all leads, system glitches that require extensive follow up with vendors, product knowledge, and a host of other responsibilities. Little to no training provided. Very little money for the work involved."
"Great company to work for. They really value their people and treat you like family."
"Overall a great retailer to work for."
"I have worked for the company for the last two years now and have busted my ass for it at the beginning. I figured if I worked hard and learned how to use some of the machines and got be able to use them really well I would have gotten a good raise. So after staying late and working really hard and sweating/freezing depending on the weather after a year I only received a slap in the face of a raise of 22 cents. Even after having top performer scores and 'Valued Associate' ratings."
"Fantastic place to work. You can work there for the rest of your life if you so chose."
"Great company to work for, worked in 5 different stores and have gained friends for life from all of them. The company really takes care of the managers and associates. It was the best company I've ever worked for."
"I have worked at Home Depot for 2 years now and everything from its environment to its managers are above the standard of other companies in its type."
"I have worked for The Home Depot for four years in several different areas: Sales/Cashier/Customer Service and Bookkeeper."
"The Home Depot is one of the best top employers in Canada. It has a respectful atmosphere. And you'll learn a lot from training."
"I worked for Home Depot for many years, and have gotten a paycheck basically. Not treated well. See a 92% personal turnover rate every year, so that should give you an idea what other people think of the place. I've seen many Assistant Store Managers work for years to get to that position and walk out throwing the keys in the air to next in charge within 1 month, and as I said, many. And don't get hurt there, when they refuse to pay medical bills you have to get a lawyer to fight theirs, and then they find a way to fire you, because you sued the company, and I hear this comes from the top to get rid of you. Not the Store Manager's fault, he's told what to do. I see the review of Home Depot employees below is rated pretty high, those people are really afraid of losing their job. I'm going to stop writing now, because I can see from the reviews nobody wants to tell the truth."
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