We have pool table, pin pong table, gym. Great place to work
Customer Care Representative (Current Employee) – Marietta, GA – November 15, 2018
HD Supply is a great place to work at and everyone is great. I tell people who ask how this call center is that it's one of the most laid back centers I've ever worked for. The Supervisors help you when needed. They provide coaching, online learning classes, they really want to see they're employees exceed.
The atmosphere is very pleasant, like family environment, everyone helps each other. A lot of celebrations (birthdays, anniversaries, pot lucks) anything to have gatherings.
Overall, it's a great place to work at but it's a far drive for me to drive to Canton everyday going on three years. I will miss everyone here but I would love to have a job closer to home.
Warehose Associate (Current Employee) – Georgia – November 15, 2018
You will be stuck in same position for years. They hate to see you grow. No matter what you do to advance, you will not. Degrees make no difference. They outside hire and pay more to new hires with out feeling any empathy.,
PTO and sick days
Selfish, no chance for advancement, content with you being in same postition
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Hyde Park, MA – November 13, 2018
I worked at HD Supply from March of 2013 to October of 2018.
It was a good place to work. Fast paced day; learned SAP; good management; good workplace culture; hardest part of job: working without a lift truck to move heavy loads; most enjoyable part of job: returns.
T-shirts and events
Workers need to collaborate more with one another.
Front Desk Associate (Former Employee) – North Hollywood, CA – November 12, 2018
Dead end job,but you have benefits, decent first job for people. Great for students as the offer partim and fulltime, too much schooling and experience to move up to real money. Best if you speak spanish or armenian as most of the customer are speaking those languages,
Arrive at work by 8am. Start up computer and get to work on jobq's and reports. Calling or emailing vendors for special pricing and special pricing agreements. I would update information in the main computer system. Greet vendors and assist where needed, Answer phones and send to appropriate person. Prepared rebate claims that are filed on a monthly basis. Informed sales department of pricing increases. Assisted accounts payable with billing discrepancies. Answered phones, audited cash box and ran deposits to bank on a daily basis. Assisted in all areas when needed.
Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 4, 2018
There has been too much change and turnover leading to a lack of focus because of new people who don't understand the business or the customers to be able to do their jobs effectively. This leads to a lot of rework and frustration across teams.
Lumberyard Manager// Rudy Maya (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – November 4, 2018
A typical day at work is just helping customers in the yard with items they need, writing tickets and making sure our aisles our neatly maintained and making sure we are finishing our tasks that are assigned.
Associate (Former Employee) – Concord, ON – November 3, 2018
If you have any measure of intelligence, you will never advance in this company as management cannot tolerate anyone smarter than they are, especially if you already possess a wealth of industry experience. Your progress will be hindered and any hope of monetary growth nullified by lazy and overweight managers. Furthermore, the blatant favouritism is absolutely pathetic which is proof of unqualified people being promoted while those deserving of progress are continually bypassed. And if you get sick for any reason to which you would need to be on modified duties until you recover; good luck as management and HR will undermine you and make you feel as if you broke some kind of law.
So, if you are a thinking person with a desire for success then this is not the place for you. But if you are overweight, lazy and willing to throw your fellow associates under the bus to get ahead, then HD Supply is most certainly the place for you.
Customer focused and concerned about employee health and well-being.
Credit Manager, Southern California (Current Employee) – Santa Ana, CA – November 2, 2018
The most enjoyable part of my work with White Cap has been learning the Construction Industry, as this is a new industry for me. I also greatly enjoy my team - everyone works hard to contribute and I enjoy spending my days with them as individuals.
Customer focus, ethical company
little room for advancement, benefits not competitive
this was a fast pace job I worked inventor and load and unload. I enjoy working here. I mad a lot of moey in overtime. but I couldn't really understand my manger because he spoke a different language. but I mange to work it out
Management speaks with both side of the mouth. No unity of command. Promotions should be within to encourage loyalty of employees, most managers employed have no knowledge of the working of the organization. So much discrimination against some kind of race.
Field Account Specialist (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA 30339 – October 23, 2018
As an employee I was allowed the flexibility to work from home. I received a great bonus/salary structure that was fair and attainable with honest work. Management gave a 'family' culture that allowed me to feel part of a team.