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5 days ago

District Human Resources Manager

Home Depot Alexandria, VA +6 locations

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


19 days ago

DC HR MANAGER

Home Depot Van Buren, OH

AND KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES - Ensure HR initiatives/processes are executed timely and with high quality within the DC. Provide… Home Depot


22 days ago

DC HR MANAGER- Lake Park

Home Depot Valdosta, GA

AND KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES - Ensure HR initiatives/processes are executed timely and with high quality within the DC. Provide HR guidance to the DC… Home Depot


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    We quit people not companies.

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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Department Supervisor in Balch Springs, TX
    Current Employee - Department Supervisor in Balch Springs, TX

    I have been working at The Home Depot full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great service project to community. Great Benefits that are far reaching beyond health and insurance. Great Coworkers and direct reports. Great opportunity to learn invaluable lessons about running a business and how to take a holistic approach to running an operational and profitable business. You will learn invaluable DIY skills as a perk. You will learn how to manage difficult situations both in house and with customers. You will learn how to grow as a business person and do the impossible.

    Cons

    Personal and professional growth hurts. It will tedious and exhausting. No matter your experience or aptitude, working at the home depot is exhausting. You will work for people who were promoted based on potential or their networking skills, not necessarily ability or application of good leadership. They probably wont have a business degree nor specialize in logistics, teaching, or communication. I personally have worked for great and very horrible bosses here. It's important to pick one's battles. Transfer until you find a solid Store manager and ASM team.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be humble, and then be more humble, and then assess whether you create an environment where others feel welcome to bring you their feedback, and consider whether you meet their feedback with quiet listening or a rebuttal. I have a comprehensive understanding of business and have achieved daily and weekly consistently, but am consistently degraded and demeaned and my accomplishments are unrecognized or questioned. This past year I have worked for a prideful bully. In years past my store manager was one who I truly admired.

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