Stocking Supervisory/Entry level management (Current Employee), Industry, CA – November 25, 2013
Since my first day as the supervisor for the stocking department I was able to tell that this company was a land slide waiting to happen. Unfortunately, a joining a fortune 500 company like HD Supply isn't all it's cracked up to be. Senior management is a joke, never knowing when an issue should be made. The managers and those who you report to on a – more... daily basis have been there so long that they are blind to the necessary changes that needed implementation. When I innovative idea is presented, they merely look away as though nothing was needing improvement. Management and management alone is going to be the downfall to this fortune 500 company. Currently, and for the past year, they have been using SAP ECC-EPP, a system that they know very little about. They waste your time with useless seminars and meetings, but non of which carry any importance or weight when it comes to daily functions. The amount of brainstorming that is being done only to have to action taken is ridiculous.
Just to sum up the ridiculous nature of this very family oriented and lack of acknowledgement business, HD Supply (City of Industry) has numerous associates related to one senior manager, if you can call her that. Their stocking department has to pick up the slack for the inventory mismanagement, and employee who have been there longer then some senior managers still ask the same questions and are one dimensional. Is this or has this ever been a company that would recommend to a friend or even family member, not a chance. At the end of the day it's all business, but unfortunately this business looks good on paper but not in reality. – less
Very Active in community service and respected in the industry
Management/Sales (Former Employee), Houston, TX – November 7, 2013
Running a sales route calling on apartment complexes selling over 37,000 maintenance parts. I learned how to manage a territory of 130 accounts, building relationships and solution selling. I worked for a great manager and will always be appreciative of the opportunity to work there for him. Stock of product and avail;ability Becoming friends with my – more... customers! – less
Freight Handler (Current Employee), Lakeland, FL – October 24, 2013
Most of my co-workers are incredibly cool and respectful and some are not. Management out there are so what hard to get along with because their are always in your face about something. I'm not sure of what the hardest part of my job is but I enjoy interacting with other staff members.
very productive atmosphere, they take care of every employee very well .
Driver II (Former Employee), bakersfield, ca – October 19, 2013
Pros: weekends off
Cons: there was nothing i really disliked about hd
a typical day is busy and productive the way i like it . they provided all the training i desired the management always helped with anything i needed , if it was from insurance question or needed more training on learning something they always keep there word . all the co workers are very helpful its a very team work environment . the hardest part about – more... the job for me was the , inventory computer program , it was challenging to get the hang of it . i enjoyed most is that hd really supports health fitness with there employees , its a fun atmosphere – less
Customer Service/Warehouse (Former Employee), Kent, WA – October 10, 2013
Fast paced job, constantly on the go. I've learned moving at a fast pace, making sure all customers orders are correct. Management was helpful and supported us. My co-workers there we were like a big family, people would bump heads here and there. But at the end of the day we would always push and pick each other up. The hardest part of the job was – more... when we were hit hard with orders and be short staff. My most enjoyable part of the job, was knowing you hit your rate and knowing you accomplished your daily rate. – less
Senior Data Analyst (Current Employee), San Diego, CA – October 4, 2013
• Performed complex analyses of organizational performance and identified opportunities for improvements that would further sales objectives • Produced daily, weekly and monthly activity reports • Requested, gathered and analyzed information, and updated necessary systems in accordance with credit policies and procedures guidelines • Design and perform – more... Ad hoc reporting for Sales and Sales Operations Management – less