Merchandising Execution Associates at Home Depot give their company a 3.2 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Home Depot is 3.7, making them 14% less happy than every other employee at Home Depot and just as happy as every other Merchandising Execution Associate on CareerBliss - the happiest Merchandising Execution Associates work for Home Depot.
"Been with this company going on 8 months now and is my current job. I am a military veteran and thought I would be working at a great store. First of all the pay is minimal. They offered $9.50 an hour which I had to take because of the job market. To me that is a slap in the face!! I'm not even full time. 24 hours per week, that's it. Space Coast Florida is not happening. I have asked to move up but no luck yet. Supervisor does not have a backbone and we are being micro managed throughout the day."
What do you like about working at Home Depot?
"I like open communication with management, employees working well together, and the training."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Interview for the job you want, and not to just get your foot in the door. You will be at that position for a while."
What don't you like about working at Home Depot?
"Too many people put in an eight-hour day and yet cannot afford to use any of the health insurance offered. Most of the Home Depot employees are working poor."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"If the company is reporting record-breaking profits, they should pay their lower employees better. The pay difference between management and workers is too great. Approximately four employees at every store have taped up shoes. Approximately four or more employees can't afford to fix their cars, etc. This is unacceptable."
"Great company, but mostly monotonous work."
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