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14 days ago

Entry Level MEASURE TECH - RIVERSIDE

Home Depot Cicero, IL

POSITION PURPOSE The Entry Level Measure Technician works independently in a traveling field role in support of Home Depot's Measurement Services… Home Depot


17 days ago

Entry Level MEASURE TECH

Home Depot Bartlett, IL

POSITION PURPOSE The Entry Level Measure Technician works independently in a traveling field role in support of Home Depot's Measurement Services… Home Depot


17 days ago

Entry Level MEASURE TECH

Home Depot Joliet, IL

POSITION PURPOSE The Entry Level Measure Technician works independently in a traveling field role in support of Home Depot's Measurement Services… Home Depot


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    Current Employee - Associate  in  Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Associate in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at The Home Depot part-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    If you enjoy sharing your knowledge or testing your creativity, Home Depot will supply and endless stream of your kind of experiences. YOUR experience and enthusiasm is what made Home Depot famous and it is still alive with many of the associates.
    The pressure is on when the traffic peaks, but it rarely lasts for more than an hour or so in any given area. That being said, wear good shoes and you'll get your 10,000 daily steps in to keep you fit.

    Cons

    At times the new retail methodology of part time and fewer people in the aisles is exasperating, but if you can appreciate being the person making people happy, you will enjoy working in the big box.
    People looking to advance are too often willing to sacrifice those under them with impossible tasking while they stroll through their daily list of "things to do ".

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    My advise comes from 40 years of watching people make the wrong choices. Management would increase the bottom line if they went back to basics. Knowledge is power! You created the near perfect retail experience and took all the strength out of it. If you add 10% strength (people working well in the aisles) you will add 20% to the sales. That is what you are losing every time aisles are empty or under staffed and you lose sales and sacrifice merchandise to vaandalism and theft.

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