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The Home Depot Human Resources

Leading members of The Home Depot's Human Resources Team include John Rolison, Dawn Watson, Silas Mayberry, Brenda May, Brant Suddath, Lesley Brown, Kelli Quinn, Sheila Douglas, Shannon Whitfield, and Stephen Waechter. The Home Depot's Human Resources Team has a direct impact on the company’s overall culture which is scored an A- by employees. Let’s not forget culture starts at the top. Craig Menear, The Home Depot's CEO, has been rated 77/100 by employees.

How does the HR Team rate The Home Depot?

A+

The Human Resources Team rates The Home Depot an A+ in comparison to departments at companies of similar size.

top
5%

The Human Resources Team ranks The Home Depot in the Top 5% of companies in Atlanta

The Home Depot HR Team Versus other Departments

As the enforcers of company culture, it’s intriguing to know what the human resources department thinks about The Home Depot's culture in comparison to other departments. The human resources team ranks their overall culture 87/100 which is 12% higher than the average overall culture rating of 75/100 provided by the entire company. Other notable culture scores are 83/100 from the IT department, 83/100 from the Customer Success department, and 78/100 from the Product department.

HR
87%
IT
83%
Customer Success
83%
Product
78%
Operations
78%
Marketing
77%
Admin
75%
Sales
75%
Business Development
74%
Communications
73%
Engineering
72%
Design
72%
Customer Support
72%
Finance
62%

The Effects of HR on The Home Depot

The Home Depot's human resources department has a direct impact on the work environment. Employees rate their environment an A and are very happy at The Home Depot. When asked what’s positive about the culture and environment at The Home Depot, one user shared, “Everyone is friendly and happy”.

  • Top 15%
    A-
    Overall Culture

    The Home Depot is in the Top 15% of Similar Sized companies on Comparably

  • Top 15%
    A-
    Leadership

    The Home Depot is in the Top 15% of Similar Sized companies on Comparably

  • Top 10%
    A
    Environment

    The Home Depot is in the Top 10% of Similar Sized companies on Comparably

  • Top 25%
    B
    Happiness

    The Home Depot is in the Top 25% of Similar Sized companies on Comparably

Recent Questions about HR at The Home Depot

  • How does The Home Depot handle HR issues?
    Horribly. At my store, they say they will get together with one another, but never do and issues go unresolved.
    Answered 3 years ago
    They try to be very by the book when it comes to issues between peer associates, however even though they claim to have an open door/ no retaliation policy; it is not a safe place to complain about your boss and management.
    Answered 4 years ago
    If the DHRM don’t like you they will railroad you and any issues that you bring to them will be sweep under the Rug even if it’s a major violation like Time thief . SM sleeping with their hourly associates so they can get promoted. ASM not following the Burglar Procedures. And this things that I’m writing here is not a story telling it’s a fact and have trends of emails , accompanied by dates and pictures. This people who has a major violation still employed with the company. But for one private message that took place on my day off and also an answer to a question was used against me .
    Answered 4 years ago
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