I went into this as an open minded hard working person. I am a Printer by trade and was layed off and was doing "Job Progression to get my Life back on track. Printing Jobs are scarce and sometimes we have NO choice in what we do to make Money. I have always been a "Home Depot" kinda guy and hav spent lots of time there so i figured this might be a good Op for me !.. What a absolute Crap job and company! The store Number was 4601 so be warned about working there ! The Managemnt from Department Supervisors to the GM are Hypocritical and Unprofessional.. CONSTANT berating for the most Minor of things.. They are IMPOSSIBLE to please and expect things out of you that They do not do... My supervisor named Mike was the most vulgar person I ever met and had the misfortune of working for.. I hated every day that i went in there and did EVERYTHING I could to try and make it Work... I will say that the security was an absolute Joke and I watched as an "associate" stole more then 2000.00 worth of tools and junk in the course of my time there! If the managers were even remotely cool i would a turned him in but as far as im concerned they can suck my asshole
Constant berating, Hypocritical managers , Dashed hopes , Very Low wages and Lazy people tht you have to carry, It is a geriatric ward so get prepared to "Carry" the elderly employees and do there work along with yours! Make sure that you use up ALL your sick leave and take your vacation because you wont get it when you leave
I worked there for a few months then they accused me of stealing money and putting it back the guy who came from security said they had me on camera and if I admitted to it they would give me the tape but it does not leave this office needless to say i never got the tale nor was i arrested cause they had nothing on me i should of sued this shitty company
They say 10.00 an hr nope try more.like 8.50
I grabbed flatbeds out of the parking lot. Have to admit, it's better than being inside of a dark store. It was full time, so that was something good. But my bosses claimed I was rude to customers (people who came up to me in the parking lot with merchandise asking me for prices, and I didn't know and had to tell them), so they fired me. I got fired before I got my first paycheck.
I worked there only 16 days, but I'd like to think that the check I got was a good one for the time there.
Home Depot does a good job giving the freedom to really own and grow your business. Technology is now finally a real tool for us to do our jobs. We are now back to a real focus on the customers and the leaders of the company have done a great job taking us back to our roots.
The pay in this positions is going to vary based on many different factors but will usually fall between $11-17. Of course the longer you're in the role the more you'll earn.
I have a rare position, but I make $23/hr. If you are an experienced professional, the potential is there. I love my job, work hard and am treated well, and I don't have the headaches of being management. In this economy, you won't find another company that still gives raises, is still growing, stock value is rising, guarantees 40 hrs. a week, won't lay you off, gives good bonuses, and truly has the values they claim.
Home Depot certainly isn't perfect but the pay and benefits are good, I've learned a lot about home improvement, tools, and a bunch of other stuff.
You'll probably make $10-11 per hour.
Pros: Very casual, fun, lenient on dress code
Cons: No discounts, store hours were 5am - 11pm, If you're female, pretty/decent looking and young, you will definitely be hit on several times a day by old, fat, dirty and ugly construction men.
start $9.50 end $10, you build up paid time off hours quickly so i got to spend a week in Hawaii during my short year there, did receive a 20% discount during the holidays
Home Depot is very rough around the edges. You will get yelled at and pushed very hard. Diversity it good but it is definitely a male oriented environment. It's a physical job and you work until you’re sore. Home Depot runs understaffed stores so you are going to work more than you expect. There are opportunities to get promoted but the heavy workload causes many to burn out.
I make $17hr. There is range that I think goes up to the low 20s. It all depends on many things. You can negotiate your pay if you are new to the company.