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12 days ago


Home Depot Shawnee, KS

AND KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES Contacts receiving department to determine status of incoming orders. Verifies all electronically transmitted data, using… Home Depot

20 days ago


Home Depot Kansas City, KS +2 locations

Position Purpose: Residential Sales Consultant are primarily responsible for selling Home Depot’s do-it-for-me services to clients in their homes… Home Depot

13 days ago


Home Depot Kansas City, KS

We know what you want – a career opportunity where you can put your sales skills to use and have an unlimited earning potential. Well, you just found… Home Depot

13 days ago


Home Depot Kansas City, MO

Position Purpose: Sales Consultants are primarily responsible for selling Home Depot’s do-it-for-me services to clients in their homes. Sales… Home Depot

25 days ago

In-Store Promoter

Home Depot Kansas City, KS

and Key Accountabilities • 75% - Meets or exceeds established productivity goals by generating kitchen refacing and bath leads. Approaches… Home Depot

5 days ago


Home Depot Lawrence, KS

AND KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES General Customer Service Initiatives to include supervising Associates in the selling effort, ensuring the store’s in-stock… Home Depot

27 days ago


Home Depot Kansas City, MO

AND KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES • Contacts customer to schedule appointment to… Home Depot

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  • Pro Account Sales Associate

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    Current Employee - Pro Account Sales Associate in Olathe, KS
    Current Employee - Pro Account Sales Associate in Olathe, KS
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    I have been working at The Home Depot full-time (More than a year)


    The Pro Desk offers regular hours due to the shortened hours. During the slow season, it's a fairly low-stress environment. It's difficult to get fired unless you show up late constantly. It comes with some benefits.


    Severe under staffing makes it a high-stress work environment whenever it's only a little busy. Corporate only cares about raising the stock price, nothing more. It's all they ever talk about and it's the only motivation for any action they take. The company caves to idiot customers too much, like taking back a $3000 custom made special order because the customer changed their mind, or offering a lady a $200 discount because her credit card kept getting declined and she through a crybaby fit over it. The benefits aren't very good. The health insurance is only marginally discounted, and pretty much anyone who has been there for more than 5 years talks about how they more than halved the benefits they used to get. Management at our store isn't very helpful, and generally they try to avoid actually working at all costs. They play favorites and if you aren't one of them, good luck on ever transferring to the department you'd like to work or getting a good raise / promotion. Corporate homogenization is a good thing, but sometimes it's overkill. Not every store is the same, and they have different customers ordering huge amounts of a specific product. Sometimes that means that one store might have to be a little different, however silly corporate mandates cause us to have to work around their design rather than what would be a clear improvement. Basically you have people who don't work in the store and see it maybe once every 2 months making all the decisions. Computer training is a joke and a waste of time / money. Hands on training and shadowing with guidelines from corporate would be immensely more effective. HD has such high turnover though that they aren't interested in that, because it's too much work. The seasonal employees are almost completely useless for anything other than loading, stocking and checking people out. Most stores are lucky to have even 1 person in their department with a reasonable level of product knowledge.

    Advice to Management

    Stop scheduling based off of sales per hour and start staffing based on the needs to have a well run store. For instance, having 1 person in lumber / building materials is completely irrational because you need 2 people to run the lifts, and they are constantly needing to run the lift equipment. When they steal someone from another department to spot, it causes immense stress on that department, especially since it might be without an associate at that point. Stop being so cheap about everything. I understand that stock prices going up are important, but instead of cutting down so many of our resources, maybe raise prices by a tiny amount. 90% of customers don't care if a microwave is $2 less at Lowes. They'll be driving to the nearest store they can find.

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