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3 days ago

PRO ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE – new

Home Depot Albuquerque, NM

AND KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES • 60% Drive incremental sales growth by cultivating business relationships with assigned customer portfolio. Establish… Home Depot


30+ days ago

District Human Resources Manager

Home Depot Albuquerque, NM

AND KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES – Ensuring effective HR Review, succession planning, and development… Home Depot


30+ days ago

OUTSIDE SALES REPRESENTATIVE

Home Depot Albuquerque, NM

We know what you want – a career opportunity where you can put your sales skills to use and have an unlimited earning potential. Well, you just found… Home Depot


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The Home Depot President & CEO Craig Menear
Craig Menear
619 Ratings
  • High Stress Environment- not many lilke their jobs

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Albuquerque, NM
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Albuquerque, NM

    I worked at The Home Depot full-time (More than 3 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Some of the benefits- Vision ok, Dental not so much.
    Chance to move around in departments

    Cons

    Its retail. Don't expect to be able to do the things they tell you need to be done as they will come up with 10 more and then wonder why the critical ones didn't get completed.
    Politics. Managers as a group that can not get on the same page. Managers who do don't see problems developing and won't listen to associates till its too late.
    District managers who truly run the store as the managers are afraid of losing their jobs.
    Too many people who can't lift (or will not) and meet the minimum requirement-too many people who can't drive equipment (or will not).
    Advancement is possible only by being a Department Head and its not worth the headaches and not worth the slight pay bump. They are so hard up for Department Heads that they will transfer many in from other stores or departments and they do not understand what is required. (ex specialty such as flooring and the DH still can't drive equipment or do measures after 3+ months).
    Mark downs hurt bottom line more than anything else. I have seen displays made- thrown away because of no place to put them and made again over and over. New merchandise left in overheads from the time it arrived until it was marked down to a penny and thrown away.
    Poor scheduling abounds. Department heads will work overtime to prepare for a walk then have to cut the rest of their scheduled shifts leaving the departments short handed.
    Mangers hide things instead of dealing with them correctly (mark downs displays excess freight not worked due to freight manning shortages).
    When people call out no one gets called in to cover to keep the hours down leaving the associates on the floor to try and cover multiple departments or no coverage at all when some one goes to lunch. Department heads will be scheduled then stuck in weekly meetings for excessive time leaving no one on the floor.

    Wasted time and manning in moving displays multiple times just a few feet in many cases-- Wasted man hours is not job security- its poor management.

    No improvement in Corporate leadership with CEO change, but the company will continue to push on and still be profitable some how as long as the competition is doing it worse.

    Advice to Management

    Wake up- be proactive. Most of your employees know what needs to be done, let them. Listen to them when they tell you a problem is developing.


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