Lot Associate (Former Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 14 June 2018
It was a great time working in The home depot as lot associate. The management and staffs as so friendly and supportive but due to some reason i had to leave from there. and now im looking for an overnight job.
Shawville Blvd S.E. - Lot Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 3 June 2018
Opening a lot of sweeping the front lot or standing at your till waiting once it picks up its generally consistent work until around 7 at night were it slows down closing after a certain time depending on the season there are next to no customers in the store and you find small tasks that you can do to pass the time
The best part of the job was interacting with pleasant co workers and management as well as the interaction with customers and the relationship you can build with regulars
The worst part was closing on a cold day because there would be no customers and as a cashier customers are your whole job and you can only sweep the areas around your till so many times
The workplace had a good supportive environment that encouraged additional training and responsibility
lots of training potential, consistent paid breaks
very condensed time for work, busy during the day, near empty at night and morning
Lot Worker/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Ancaster, ON – 3 May 2018
good work environment and productive work the company has good management and does good work would recommend to anyone serious about learning about business as this is a vary large company and there is room for growth
Temporary Lot Associate (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 14 April 2018
As a former (temporary) lot associate for Home Depot, all I can say is that you are basically the slave drivers for all the departments. If one or the other departments are experiencing problems they'll just call a lot associate which is completely fine it my book, but when it gets to the point where they're making you do simple stuff it just amounts to a lot of work compared to a cashier.
Don't get me wrong I loved the people I worked with at home depot, it was just my job title of "temporary lot associate" that has me biased against work experience.
Other than that Home Depot is a decent place to work at, but depending on if you're part-time expect to see a big drop in hours after June-July because that's when Home Depot starts to slow down.
Cashier, Lot Associate, Lumber Associate (Former Employee) – Okotoks, AB – 28 November 2017
Working here was fun for the time being, I built great relationships with both customers and employees. Leaders in the work place are respectable, you always serve the customer, and try to go beyond expectations to make yourself, your leaders and customers happier.
Lot associate (Current Employee) – Whitby, ON – 24 September 2017
The Home depot is very good place to work, and the management is very good. I learned a lot from this job, and loved working with the people. The hardest part of the job is when there is no customers in the store.