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Great pay nice schedule weekends off! Great manager.
Traveling to other stores not in your group,non deliveries
Advice to Management
Fix the logistics
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Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at HD Supply Hardware Solutions.
I applied for the position through the career website at my school: GA-Tech. A recruiter called me and wanted to start interviewing me. I told him that it was sort of a bad time and then asked him if it would be ok to talk the next day. We spoke the next day and then he scheduled me to come for an onsite interview a week later. After my first onsite interview, I was invited to come back to a second interview. After the second interview, they said they would contact me but two weeks went by and I did not hear back. So I contacted the recruiter and he replied by saying that I was still under consideration and that he would email me as soon as a decision was made. I waited another week and did not hear from them. I, then, went ahead and accepted an offer from a different company. I emailed the recruiter to tell him that I was dropping out of the process. I did not even bother to email me back. I thought they were really disrespectful of my time.
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Because handymen aren't available 24/7, HD Supply Distribution Services is. The company operates under the Crown Bolt brand (used for threaded fasteners), wholesaling rope, fasteners, screws, nuts, anchors, chain, and other builder's hardware worldwide. It also offers storage containers for small hardware items. Its 10,000-plus standard parts are distributed from four facilities in the US. HD Supply Distribution provides an online ordering program at Pro Desk aisles in Home Depot, which represents most of the more than 2,000 retail stores served. The company is ...