CASHIER (Current Employee) – Huntsville, ON – 28 March 2017
An amazing place to work in a multiple different areas that best suits you and your preferences. Suitable hours, great staff and amazing staff involvement outside of work itself. You become a community. Everyone appreciates everyone, no one is less or better even if someone is your boss, they only act like your boss if need be. Otherwise you have a lot of friends, great training and an ability to really excel in something you like or feel you want to learn.
Great company depending on the management team per location
Operations (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 24 August 2016
Great company depending on the management team per location. Could be the best or worst of working environments. Way too much freedom of management types left unchallenged from outside of each location. The concept of the Home Depot culture is great and if followed was a wonderful work environment.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 7 October 2016
At first it nice to work here. Helping customer is fun but in the long run too much politics and back stabbing.. if they want to get rid of you they will give a hard time so that you will quit and denied all your schedule request.
Seasonal Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 30 January 2017
The Home Depot was filled with friendly co-workers who were never shy to give a helping hand. The atmosphere was great with hard working individuals in each department and in management. It was rewarding when you saw a smile pop up on a customers face after you had helped them find what they were looking for. The Home Depot was a great job!
Cashier/Seasonal Associate (Former Employee) – St. Albert, AB – 30 November 2016
While working at Home Depot, I was treated fairly and equally. The hardest part of being a cashier was the repetition but the best part was socializing with customers and making sure they left happy. I found near the end of my career at the Home Depot was that I wasn't given enough hours and enough pay in order to continue working there.
On holidays we had to work we got fed fun lunches, and I got to work and meet awesome people and gain new retail experience.
Associé aux ventes, spécialiste dép. plomberie (Current Employee) – St-Henri, Montreal QC – 18 October 2016
Good working atmosphere with colleagues and management. On going "Formation" keeps us informed on new technologies. Management always try to improve well being. Slow supply line makes it difficult to do your work fully and the lack of local power is difficult for direct management to address problems. It's a big machine with slow response time.
Many social and training activities organized for employees
Slow response time on supply, lack of local management power, schedule limitations and restrictions
Head Cashier and Hardware Associate (Current Employee) – Halifax, NS – 8 January 2017
Working at the Home Depot is a great experience. It is a fun place to work at and there is a great chance for bettering yourself. The focus on customer service at Home Depot has allowed me to build my interpersonal skills that I believe will be a great help in any and all my future plans.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 18 April 2016
Great culture to begin your career at, they offer great benefits for those that are part time as well as full time. At a store level, all associates are treated equally and fairly and in confidence can voice their opinions and be heard.
great benefits, flexible schedules and management that encourages growth
CSR/ Cashier (Former Employee) – Duncan BC – 4 March 2017
I loved working at the Home depot. The management team that was there when I worked there was great and supportive. The only reason I didnt return after my maturnity leave was there my position was not longer there
Flooring/Decor Associate (Current Employee) – Sherwood Park, AB – 5 February 2017
A regular work day consists of opening the store with a morning rally with all staff to get day started. Then we do a daily safety inspection of our areas.The rest of the day is customer service and stocking to keep store neat and organize.
I really enjoy working with the customers and helping build their projects or help them set up someone to come install their projects.
My only con really is the heavy work load in my department and being on your feet all day takes a toll on the back.
Home Depot is a good company to work for and tries to make sure their employees needs are met.
Great team I work with, never lay off, flexible for days off and special needs.
Low wages/Heavy labour/Awards are taxed/Rules don't apply for everyone
Great place to work, people are great and decent part time pay.
Paint Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Oakville, ON – 17 July 2016
Great work culture that creates a very social and positive work area while being focused on training and great service to customers. A lot of experience in organization and team building. Part time pay is quite little and benefits and minimal.
Night shift stock (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 14 December 2016
Very little pay I am 50 and worked very hard and the other people are like 20 to 30 and do very little and move up fast and play on there phone lost plus they do not know how to do proper management work their . So if you every want to move into management don't work there for you will get improper training.
Electrical Associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 11 August 2016
Pretty easy customer service job if you know what you're talking about otherwise you're boned cause the training is completely insufficient, the value put on being part of a team is excellent and actually up-holded in there, other low level employees are all nice and tend to want to help you, management on the other hand looks for any screw ups so they can boot you out the door cause the less employees they have on at the end of the "Season" the more money management gets as a result. There were people in there that they wanted gone so they suspended them for being a minute late 3 times in a week, which according to policy they can do but you also have to clock in with everybody else at that exact time so it's kinda hard core if they want you gone they will find so many reasons you literally can't do anything.