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Home Depot Oakland, CA

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

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Home Depot Oakland, CA

POSITION PURPOSE The Asset Protection Manager (APM) is responsible for teaching, coaching and training associates to ensure the effective execution… Home Depot

30+ days ago

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Home Depot San Ramon, CA

JOIN USThe Home Depot is looking for the next great generation of retail management leaders. We strive on being experts on product authority while… Home Depot

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    It was great except for when new management arrived to the store.

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    Former Employee - Customer Service Associate in San Carlos, CA
    Former Employee - Customer Service Associate in San Carlos, CA

    I worked at The Home Depot full-time (more than a year)


    You learn a lot and get to work with a lot of great people. You get to learn a bunch of different systems and about a lot of different products. Moving departments is fairly easy or used to be at least. Supervisors will teach you a lot if you ask them, they're the ones who teach you the most.


    You sometimes don't get your two 15 minute breaks and go over your 5th hour for lunch. Management is honestly not the best, there are a few exceptions but they get over ruled. You can work hard but if you don't kiss up to management you won't get acknowledged. You'll sometimes have issues and talk to management about it and they'll kinda blow it off like they don't want to deal with stuff. They don't care for their values or their people, I witnessed how management would ignore issues that associates where having and sometimes even customers. their scheduling is horrible, your schedule will get changed half way through the week without notice.

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    Favoritism has to stop, this store has lost a lot of great associates and supervisors because they're not being acknowledged for their hard work. Take care of your people, it's written in your values which you clearly don't care about. Answer when you're paged, specially if your gonna set rules like "you're not to leave the desk if there's no coverage even if you have a line, call management" and then not answer any of your phones or pages.

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