- 5.0Jun 7, 2023
Love it hereCustomer Service RepresentativeCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsBrighton, MI
Home Depot allows flexibility for my schedule
Customers can be ruthless and just plain rude. But the management staff has always had the back of the employee.
- 5.0Apr 24, 2015Merchandising Execution AssociateCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearLoveland, CO
The Home Depot has a solid moral compass. They aren't about sacrificing their ethics for the sake of a sale, which I love. They also hire a diverse group of people and give a lot back to the community. They offer a lot of benefits and little treats for their employees. Although they push their associates to meet quota, they're realistic about what can and can't be accomplished.
Home Depot has two different sides to it. Store associates and those of us considered "store support" who are payed by the vendors but work in the stores 100% of the time. I constantly hear about how store associates are stressed out by management and their hours are being rearranged a lot, cut, and they often are stretched thin due to lack of full staffing. "Store support" associates who do merchandising have it better than those who work in specific departments. However, you never really gain knowledge unless you have the time to look things up and read packaging.311The Home Depot Response9y
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. From the top down, the key to business at The Home Depot is our commitment to not only customer service, but to our associates. Because taking care of associates is one of our core values, we’re always looking for ways to ensure our associates have equal access to growth and development opportunities. We strive to provide an environment where associates feel they’re valued, treated fairly and respected.