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- "Flexible schedule and ability to work from home" (in 97 reviews)
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- 2.0May 18, 2022AssemblerCurrent Contractor, more than 1 yearBakersfield, CA
Extremely flexible schedule (mostly less than what you want or more than you can handle on your own).
Assembly rate is incredibly low and disorganized. Let's do the math: you earn minimum wage if your assembly rate is lower than said minimum wage ($15/hr). A basic grill is gives you about $19. BUT WAIT; that $19 is cut by 60%, so you only get about $7.50 per grill, and forget about making more than one every 30 minutes if EVERYTHING goes right. Do you know what a Double-Play is? A gargantuan grill that takes way to long for the reward. Same for Materbuilts, Nexgrill rotisserie grills, etc. About 50 minutes for $10. You're better off twiddling your thumbs for the hourly pay. Sure, the Home Depot manager may get pissy and tell your real boss, but that only motivates you to work the bare-minimum speed to avoid getting canned. The company can't even be asked to scale the piece rate pay compared to the minimum wage increases. "Min-wage increased by $2? Eh, those idiots won't notice! Keep the piece rate exactly the same!" To top it all off, sometimes the Home Depots just don't have ANYTHING to build, or it's so cluttered that you spend a good chunk of your time moving boxes by hand to your assembly table, or the boxes are covered in bird poop, just slathered in it, or the boxes are chewed up and speckled with poop by rats. Add this with the schorching summer heat while working in the garden section, which feels worse when you're right next to the building doors. Right next to sweet relief, but NOPE gotta build outside, ya loser! THIS IS WHY EVERYONE QUIT! I started working with five guys last year and they're ALL gone. This year, another set got trained and THEY LEFT, TOO! And I'm about to do the same, don't worry.