The Home Depot Employee Reviews for Cashier

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CASHIER (Former Employee) –  Nepean, ON8 September 2017
Great company, I would recommend for anyone who's interested in the tech industry and loves a company who cares about its employees. Great benefits and company culture is top notc
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Great Workplace
Cashier (Former Employee) –  Edmonton, AB30 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.
Pros
Good job culture
Cons
Long training period
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great place
Cashier (Former Employee) –  Guelph, ON30 August 2017
This was a great place to work and only left as a job opened in the field i am pursuing as a career. Unfortunately they would not hire me back even though i didn't call in sick, took extra shifts etc.
Pros
welcoming
Cons
hours
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Awesome people to work with
Cashier (Former Employee) –  Timmins, ON29 August 2017
There are some people you serve that will probably annoy you but you learn to smile and be polite with a smile to help them as best you can even if you don't know where everything is
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It is like being in high school again.
Cashier (Former Employee) –  Port Coquitlam, BC18 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.
Pros
benefits and flexible schedule
Cons
lack of supervision, management has favorites
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Overall good place to work.
Cashier (Current Employee) –  Bowmanville, ON17 August 2017
Being a cashier at Home Depot, for the most part is a straight forward job, I've learned a lot from working there and made new friends along the way. Management may not always be the greatest but if you just do your job, stay focused and friendly, you'll do great! Hard parts of being cashier is the not so friendly customers, but they can be found at any job!
Pros
Scheduling 3 weeks in advance, friendly environment.
Cons
Difficult customers, Certain Management.
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Home Depot was a rather enjoyable workplace.
Cashier (Former Employee) –  Saskatoon, SK3 August 2017
Getting in contact with the managers was hard, especially when dealing with a rude customer who insists to see the manager. other than that i enjoyed being a cashier at The Home Depot. I would asked to be filled in for the lot associates often, that was probably the most enjoyable part of the job.
Pros
free bbqs during long weekends
Cons
rude customers
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Fun workplace
Cashier (Former Employee) –  Brampton, ON29 July 2017
Friendly staff
happy clients
pool table and free coffee
i learned how to use a cash register and how to do gift registery for clients.

There was no hard part in this job
Pros
free lucnhes
Cons
Short hours
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Great Place
Cashier (Current Employee) –  Leaside, ON12 July 2017
It is a active social environment that helps a person communicate better in their daily life.The Home Depot is very respectful and understanding with a persons daily life as they adjust the hours for you.
Pros
Free food
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A company
Cashier (Former Employee) –  Medicine Hat, AB10 July 2017
They provide decent benefits for part time employees
They attempt to work around time off requests
They further their employees knowledge with monthly quizzes
They pay very well for a retail job
They have an amazing atmosphere
Pros
sometimes free lunch, recongition, yearly reviews
Cons
not much chance to move to a different position
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fun productive work place
Cashier (Current Employee) –  Vancouver, BC8 July 2017
Great leadership team
Good benefits
Room to advance and succeed
Ever changing goals and strategies
Education subsidies and school tuition reimbersement
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good work place if your a student
Cashier and Tool rental associate (Current Employee) –  Red Deer, AB1 July 2017
flexible and accommodating if your in need of a second job. It is a wide diverse working environment. Culturally respectful and on going. You can begin at one position and develop in the hierarchy.
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Decent environment, and workers
Part-Time Cashier (Current Employee) –  50 Red Maple Rd, Richmond Hill, ON27 June 2017
Home depot, on a day to day basic is fun and managed properly to a certain extent. Some parts of the job do not make you feel welcomed in the workplace.
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Love the contests!
Cashier (Former Employee) –  Prince George, BC16 June 2017
They are constantly trying to improve your skills in every department for the store but in my case I won the Cashier Olympics after 4 months of employment with no promotion and they wouldn't allow me to acquire new skills.
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work hard
CASHIER (Current Employee) –  Thunder Bay, ON13 June 2017
in order to gain any respect you need to work hard. You must comply with Home Depot standards and promote the credit card and survey endlessly.........
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Going nowhere
Cashier and Tool rental Associate (Former Employee) –  Orangeville, ON7 June 2017
Didn't advance in job. I enjoyed those I worked with in the department. Enjoyed working with the customers and tools. However I was wrongfully dismissed.
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Productive and creative workplace
Cashier (Current Employee) –  Regina, SK5 June 2017
Regular process of scaning products
friendly customer service
application for credit cards
participation in different activitiessuch as health and safty projects
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Great people.
Cashier (Current Employee) –  St. John's, NL3 June 2017
Great people. Not a lot of hours available for most part-time positions. Pay is not great and the benefits for part-time aren't great. Seems to be high expectations for the rate of pay and with the number of staff working at a given time.
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just run
Retail Cashier- Part time (Current Employee) –  Edmonton, AB30 May 2017
the best way to describe working for home depot is bring plenty of Advil because not only are the customers a headache but the depending on the staff aka the older staff members you will need it and at that point just run. im not saying all the staff are impossible to work with and that dont follow there own rules but expect everyone else to follow them but thats what im saying but luckily there are some gems who you can trust to have your back while working but u haft to find them and trust me its not management or for the cashiers anyone higher then you.
Pros
what pros
Cons
no social life
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Cashier
Cashier (Current Employee) –  Mississauga, ON22 May 2017
The work becomes very redundant and mundane after a while as you do the same checkout process for hours on end. The hours are plenty during the summer season but very little during winter. Full Weekend availability was mandatory.
Pros
Free Food and Lunches on some days, Benefits, Profit sharing
Cons
Long hours of the same work, 100% weekend availability, no room for advancement
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