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The Home Depot President & CEO Craig Menear
Craig Menear
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  • That's not my job mentality

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    Former Employee - Garden Sales Associate/Freight Associate in Roanoke, VA
    Former Employee - Garden Sales Associate/Freight Associate in Roanoke, VA
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    I worked at The Home Depot part-time (More than a year)


    Work life balance was good, they let me attend classes and show up late because of that. Good employees to balance out the lazy ones. They promote leaders, although a doofus does slip through just because they've put in their time. Pay could improve but you know what your getting by applying to big box retail. Great room to advance if you work hard.


    Lazy people everywhere. Most employees have the "that's not my job" mentality. I worked garden dept for awhile which sucked on weekends but I like working outside and meeting new people. There was one problem employee that caused drama and problems throughout the store with her laziness and disrespect. Management took forever in doing something about it. They finally stepped in and fired the individual when she got me hurt. They said they needed the ammunition to mount a case. I thought great, my safety had to be compromised before you could do anything, which told me they were scared until then to pull the trigger on someone they KNEW was a problem. Great first job or transitional if you're desperate but for me never again. Also if you're young and capable, then older employees, women especially, will get away with not carrying their weight...literally. After a coworker left who was in his 20's I was the young guy, only one getting on ladders, using machinery, which senior employees didn't have to do that stuff because they were older.

    Advice to Management

    Hold your employees accountable. Management shouldn't be afraid to do their job. Continue training after hire. Even out the work load for women and senior employees. Just because someone is young doesn't mean they should do all the work. If so pay them more.

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