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I have been working at Home Depot CanadaPros
Benefits is about it. HD is just another Wal-Mart.Cons
Anythings in regards to treating people like you would want to be treated.Terrible Attendance Policy. They look at a report every six months, then discipline you.....or fire you. You may have been late a couple times 5 months ago, then they write you up. How can anyone dispute what happened 5 months ago? Shouldn't these issues be addressed with-in a week or two?Advice to ManagementAdvice
Remember how you got here! It was through your people.
Remember how Lowes caught you! You forgot about your people. Mr. Blake, THD is doing it again!
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online – interviewed at Home Depot Canada.Interview Details
3 interviews: over the phone, in person with the department manager, and the assistant store manager The an offer with human respurces. Pretty straight forward interview process very customer service sales focused.Interview Questions
Reasons for Declining
- How would you close a sale or sell an item ti a customer. Answer Question
I wanted a job with a higher pay for my level of experience and they were not willing to accomodate...also for part time you would need to have a set amount of hours which were not guaranteed and had to be consist for 3 months or so.Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
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Home Depot of Canada operates about 180 giant warehouse stores in 10 Canadian provinces and holds the #2 spot in the Canadian home improvement market behind RONA (with about 700 stores). The Canadian subsidiary of the world's largest home improvement retailer, US-based The Home Depot, caters to do-it-yourselfers as well as professionals in the building trades. Home Depot Canada stores stock, on average, 40,000-50,000 kinds of building materials, tools and hardware, lawn and garden products, and home improvement supplies. The stores also sell appliances. Home Depot first...