Driver (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – November 30, 2017
I really thrived in this job. I was a delivery driver for all sorts of items for facilities mantenance compares. I'd load my freight in stop order and left to go on road. I would occasionally have my supervisor ride along so he could evaluate my customer service and efficiency.
Driver (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – April 28, 2018
I was at the Albuquerque location. It was one of the worst jobs I ever had. The training is poor, and the other co workers are worse to work with. They talk about you behind your back, and set you up to fail. I would not recommend this place to my worst enemy.
Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – February 7, 2018
As a driver I was rushed always called me to ask how long will it take. Long hours. They do not care about a life away from work. They acted is if they owned you. Low pay invited only a few to dinner. Others were left out. Not a team
A couple nice people
Long hours no home life bad management. Everyone for themselves
Driver (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 18, 2018
A typical day at HD Supply was driving. I learned the routes and what the responsibilities go with drivers.The environment was positive because all would help each other if needed. The hardest part of the job was traffic and completing all routes in a timely manner.
Driver (Former Employee) – Schertz, TX – November 6, 2017
A typical day at work
You start with a morning meeting, then you go out an load up your truck with a hand held/scanner, then proceed to your first stop, depending on how many stops you will need to return to the HUB, and pick up more stops for a same day route.
Driver (Former Employee) – Hanover, MD – May 10, 2017
typical work day load your stops do your job and go home I learned different ways to get places hardest part doing a route with a lot of stops and haven't been there before most enjoyable part you are your own boss
Delivery Driver (Non-CDL) (Current Employee) – Montebello, CA – November 5, 2016
Make deliveries to customer job sites while adhering to all safety procedures. Load inventory on truck and unload at customer site. Perform routine inspections of vehicles and supplies to ensure road safety. Plan route to and from customers' businesses and adjusts for traffic and/or construction. Ensures that manifests are complete and accurate. Prepares and maintains records in accordance with company policies and procedures. Provides assistance to resolve customer issues.
Over time available when needed
management sets up deliveries without advising us, favoritism.
Driver (Former Employee) – Hanover, MD – June 28, 2016
I was hired to get 1 of 4 routes available. Once I started they took me off of the route that I had then told me that I was going to do a Virginia route. I became a cover driver which did not sit well with me, but being a team player I did that for a month. I still never was given my own route and continued to be thrown on different routes. I did my Job well and HD did not care as long as a body was on a route all was good..... DO NOT SETTLE FOR THEIR BULL!!!!
Driver (Current Employee) – Knoxville, TN – September 15, 2015
This company was a dream job for me in 2007 when I attained employment. As years have progressed management has changed often and drastically resulting in a shell of the company I began working for. This job has evolved into a mandatory overtime job (between 7-10 hours weekly) leaving little to no time for family life. Benefits have changed over the years so now they are worse than when I started. I work in a (Line Haul) part of the market and have been passed over for a job change/advancement with this company twice so there is no promotional prospect with this company. The biggest benefit of the job is the pay scale and weekends free.
weekends off, paid overtime, vacation and personal time, good pay
poor management, lots of overtime required, benefits could be better
Driver. (Former Employee) – orange county – March 7, 2015
typical day at work would be doing something I knew how to do. learn how to treat costumers with a great attitude. management believe in my skills and abilities I had for the job I did. working with different people was a great experience you learned from them so as they learned from you. the hardest part of the job maybe, been responsible for certain areas and without leaving other areas unattended. the most enjoyable part of the job helping out customers answering their questions and feeling good at myself.