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The Home Depot Electrical Engineer Reviews

Updated Dec 23, 2017

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    "Bad Employer"

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    Former Employee - Associate Electrical Engineer in Pensacola, FL
    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at The Home Depot part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The best reasons to work for Home Deopt is that you learn about housing technologies.

    Cons

    Home Depot expects a lot and gives very little in return. After 1 year of hard work learning the electrical dept w/a long-time Master ELectrician my hours were cut to 16 a week. And I'm no dummy, having learned a lot about electricity, and having an MS in Computer Science. In fact, this is the norm, and stores feel it. Home Depot's business model doesn't keep talented employees who have learned 'on the fly' and yet corporate yells about attrition. Want to go to school ? Forget it. Your hours will be cut and you'll be looking in Home Depot's cupboard for food. Go to Walmart. They're a great company. Steady, countable hours and you can go anywhere in the company you like.

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