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30+ days ago

Freight Associates

Home Depot Phoenix, AZ +12 locations

One of the many values our associates share is genuine respect for one another. Our associates are encouraged to express themselves as individuals… Home Depot


30+ days ago

Sales Associates

Home Depot Phoenix, AZ +12 locations

One of the many values our associates share is genuine respect for one another. Our associates are encouraged to express themselves as individuals… Home Depot


30+ days ago

Cashiers

Home Depot Phoenix, AZ +12 locations

The Home Depot is an Equal Opportunity/M/F/Vet/Disabled Employer. Available positions… Home Depot


30+ days ago

Lot Associates

Home Depot Phoenix, AZ +12 locations

One of the many values our associates share is genuine respect for one another. Our associates are encouraged to express themselves as individuals… Home Depot


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    Former Employee - Kitchen Designer in Phoenix, AZ
    Former Employee - Kitchen Designer in Phoenix, AZ

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    Pros

    Basic kitchen design skills can be aquired quickly. The opportunity to advance further into the field of kitchen design is available to anyone who wants to develop their career. The computer skills to use 20/20 design software is easy to learn, and they offer continuing skills through the vendors. It is easy to survive if you keep a professional appearance and present a positive attitude.

    Cons

    You are trying to do a job that management doesn't understand. Sales can take weeks to mature, and in some cases months. The boss will ride you to close those sales TODAY. There are quotas for everything. The trend is to get rid of top designers. Too expensive. In store lead generators (working for nearly min wage) replacing "in store" design. Leads followed up with in home sales program. Your future as a higher paid designer is ... elsewhere.

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    Ask questions before making changes. You have spent a fortune over the years to develop a professional and competetive program. Trust your designers to do what they are good at..selling kitchens. You are wasting too much time and $$ with "canned" quotas and key standards. It's not all the economy. Your ineffective "programs" are killing the business.

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