Special Services Representative/Cashier (Current Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 7 January 2018
It's great talking to customers and finding out about the projects they are working on. Management support growth within the company. When you don't know the answer to a question, you are allowed to google it.
Best place to work with great mind but pay is very low
Cashier (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 13 December 2017
I am working here and started as lot and cashier . It was good place to work in . Then they taught me departments and I started getting shifts but i was still on paper i was lot associate they were not able to find someone for lot so they kept on using me even when i was working as sales that was ok for me i love to work but at basic pay i dont think its worth it.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 12 December 2017
Friendly staff, and very nice work environment. Management is always changing, which can be both good and bad. Both part time and full time staff receive benefits. Students are able to apply for tuition reimbursement. Pretty lenient on taking time off. Overall, a good place to work.
Well established company with multiple avenues for advancement it knowledge
Cashier (Former Employee) – Chilliwack, BC – 11 October 2017
This company opened the door for me to return the work force. They are well structured with many avenues to pursue if you wish to advance your existing skills or to learn new ones is you are able to be flexible to their requirements. They have great benefits with the ability to change them if your life changes. They have many flexible shifts to accommodate a number of lifestyles and disabilities. There is a great inclusive work environment where everyone tries to support each other.
Benifits, pay, structured work shifts, variety of hours, great work enviroment
you need to be very flexible to move up into management.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 30 August 2017
The workplace culture at The Home Depot was great. The co-workers are very friendly, and always willing to help. Management is great as they understand people make mistakes and try to help each and every person help.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Port Coquitlam, BC – 18 August 2017
This was a pretty good place to work my first few years there, but then management changed. As head cashier was promoted to supervisor, all she cared about was how fast she could climb that ladder to success. Cashiers were left without a supervisor as she was never around and began to bicker and step on each others toes trying to be the boss that wasn't there. Room for advance was nil unless you wanted to wait 10 years or more to move up.