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The Home Depot Culture d’entreprise

Score de culture

Ce score est dérivé des évaluations et avis des employés
4.5/5
La Culture Globale de The Home Depot est notée A-

Prix

Best Places to Work in Atlanta 2022Best Places to Work in Atlanta 2022
Best Company Work-Life Balance 2021 (Large Companies)Best Company Work-Life Balance 2021 (Large Companies)

Score du PDG

Top 10 %Top 10 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably
Craig Menear The Home Depot's CEO
Craig Menear
77 /100

The Home Depot Mission, vision et valeurs

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Déclaration de mission

To provide the highest level of service, the broadest selection of products and the most competitive prices

Énoncé de vision

To create a company that would keep alive the values that were important to us. Values like respect among all people, excellent customer service and giving back to communities and society.

Valeurs

  • Taking care of our people
  • Giving back to our communities
  • Doing the right thing
  • Excellent customer service
  • Creating shareholder value
  • Building strong relationships
  • Entrepreneurial spirit

The Home Depot Coup d’oeil sur la culture

Les employés 2553 chez The Home Depot ont examiné The Home Depot dans diverses dimensions culturelles, en donnant leur avis sur des sujets allant des évaluations des dirigeants au rythme de travail. La dernière revue était aujourd’hui.

Globalement, les employés de 2553 The Home Depot donnent à leur direction une note de B+, ou Top 20% entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably. Cela inclut des évaluations spécifiques de leur équipe de direction, de leur chef de la direction et de leur gestionnaire.

Employés à The Home Depot sont généralement satisfaits de leur rémunération totale au The Home Depot , qui comprend une combinaison de rémunération, d’actions et d’équité, ainsi que d’avantages.

Dans l’ensemble, les employés de The Home Depot sont satisfaits de leur équipe. 2553 Les participants notent la qualité de leurs collègues à B+ . La majorité croit que les réunions de The Home Depot sont efficaces et la majorité se réjouit d’interagir avec ses collègues.

La majorité des employés de The Home Depotcroient que l'environement chez The Home Depot est positif. La plupart des participants croient que le rythme de travail chez The Home Depot est confortablement rapide . Envirion 79% des employés chez The Home Depot travaillent 8 heures ou moins, pendant que 6 % d’entre eux ont une journée extrêmement longue - plus de douze heures.

Dans l’ensemble, les employés de The Home Depot sont heureux, basé sur leurs évaluations globales des perspectives futures, de la perception des clients et de leur enthousiasme à l’œuvre.

Informations sur la société

Adresse
2455 Paces Ferry Road N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30339-4024
United States of America
Site Internet
www.homedepot.com/
Fondé
1978
Réseaux sociaux

Description de l’entreprise

The Home Depot, the world’s largest home improvement specialty retailer, values and rewards dedicated, knowledgeable and experienced professionals.

Dirigeants clés

Nom et titre
Bio
Craig Menear  CEO / President
Craig Menear
CEO / President
Craig Menearsert en tant que CEO / President de The Home Depot .
Kevin Hofmann  Chief Marketing Officer and President of Online
Kevin Hofmann
Chief Marketing Officer and President of Online
2019 Best Marketing Department Leader
Mr. Kevin Hofmann has been the Chief Marketing Officer of The Home Depot, Inc since April 2016 and has also been its President - Online since January 2013. Mr. Hofmann oversees the strategy, sales and operations of The Home Depot, online channels including homedepot.com and is responsible for the integration of its online channels with merchandising and physical store operations to create an interconnected customer experience. Mr. Hofmann served as Senior Vice President at The Home Depot, Inc. He joined The Home Depot in 2006 as Vice President leading the its technology efforts in retail operations. He was senior vice president of home services, responsible for strategy, sales, operations and compliance for the Company's home services business. Prior to joining The Home Depot, he spent 10 years with General Electric, where he held various leadership positions, including chief information officer/chief technology officer at GE Healthcare, GE Energy and GE Global Research. Previously, he spent eight years with Dow Chemical in plastics research. He is active in veterans housing causes and is a member of The Home Depot Foundation's board of directors. He has a bachelor's degree in computer science from Central Michigan University.
Mark Holifield  Executive Vice President of Supply Chain and Product Development
Mark Holifield
Executive Vice President of Supply Chain and Product Development
Mr. Mark Holifield has been an Executive Vice President of Supply Chain and Product Development at The Home Depot, Inc. since February 2014. Mr. Holifield served as Senior Vice President of supply chain at The Home Depot, Inc. since July 2006 until February 2014. He served as an Executive Vice President of Supply Chain at Office Depot Inc., from September 29, 2003 to June 21, 2006. Mr. Holifield is responsible for the Home Depot Inc.'s retail logistics, import and domestic distribution, delivery, transportation and inventory planning and replenishment operations. Mr. Holifield is a well-known and highly respected supply chain executive with more than 29 years of experience in fast-paced, high volume retail supply chain management, transportation and logistics operations. During his 12 years at Office Depot, Inc., he held various roles of increasing responsibility, including senior vice president and vice president supply chain management, vice president, transportation and logistics and director, traffic and transportation. Mr. Holifield was the architect that led the transformation of the Office Depot, Inc. merchandising systems platform. Mr. Holifield joined Office Depot in 1994 as Director of Transportation and subsequently progressed through positions of responsibility in the supply chain area, including distribution operations, supply chain development and inventory management and replenishment. He was promoted to Senior Vice President, Supply Chain in 1997 and most recently was named Executive Vice President, Supply Chain, with responsibility for all Distribution, Transportation, Inventory Management and Supply Chain Development activities in North America. During his 12 years at Office Depot, Inc., he held various roles of increasing responsibility, including senior vice president and vice president supply chain management, vice president transportation and logistics and director traffic and transportation. He was the architect that led the transformation of the Office Depot, Inc. merchandising systems platform. Prior to joining Office Depot, he served as Director of Consulting Projects at Dallas Systems Corporation, a supply chain execution systems provider. He began his retail distribution career in 1977 with H-E-Butt Grocery Company and subsequently worked in logistics with Frito-Lay, a division of PepsiCo. Mr. Holifield holds an MBA from Baylor University and a BBA from the University of Texas at Austin.
Ann-Marie Campbell  Executive Vice President of US Stores
Ann-Marie Campbell
Executive Vice President of US Stores
Ms. Ann-Marie Campbell has been an Executive Vice President of US Stores at The Home Depot, Inc. since February 2016. Ms. Campbell served as the President of Southern Division at The Home Depot, Inc. since January 2009 until February 2016 and served as its Vice President of Vendor Services since December 2005 until January 2009. Her career at The Home Depot spans 30 years, where she rose from Associate to District Manager, prior to assuming Vice President and President roles for multiple store operations, merchandising, sales and marketing. Ms. Campbell began her career with The Home Depot, Inc. in 1985 as a cashier. Ms. Campbell has been a Director of Potbelly Corporation since August 2014. She serves as a Member of the Advisory Board at Catalyst Inc. She served as an Independent Director at Barnes & Noble, Inc. since June 2015 until September 14, 2016. Ms. Campbell is a Graduate of Georgia State University, Atlanta, with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a Master of Business Administration.
Aaron Flowe  President of Western Division
Aaron Flowe
President of Western Division
Mr. Aaron Flowe has been the President of Western Division at The Home Depot, Inc., since February 2012. Mr. Flowe served as President of Northern Division at The Home Depot, Inc. Mr. Flowe is responsible for the sales and operations of 795 stores in 24 Midwest and Northeastern states and leads a team of more than 110,000 associates. Previously, he served as Regional Vice President of the NY Metro Region. In that capacity, he directed the operations of 70 stores across northern New Jersey, New York City's five boroughs, Long Island and Connecticut. Prior to that position, he served as Vice President of Merchandising at The Home Depot, Inc. He began his career with The Home Depot, Inc. in 1994 as a store department supervisor. He has held several positions of increasing responsibility, serving as store manager, district manager and director of operations process. He has a bachelor's degree in business management from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Richard V. McPhail  Senior Vice President of Finance
Richard V. McPhail
Senior Vice President of Finance
Mr. Richard V. McPhail serves as Senior Vice President of Finance at The Home Depot, Inc., and served as its Senior Vice President of Global Financial Planning/Analysis and Strategic Business Development. Mr. McPhail was a Corporate Advisor at Fort?? Ventures LP. He was responsible for global financial planning and analysis, strategic planning, and business development activities, including mergers and acquisitions and organic development. Prior to joining The Home Depot in 2005, Mr. McPhail was with Marconi Corporation, where he served as Executive Vice President of Corporate Finance, leading the company's business development efforts in Europe and North America. Prior to Marconi, he was an Investment Banker with Wachovia Securities. He also serves as a Board member of the Fernbank Museum of Natural History and The Atlanta Opera. Mr. McPhail holds a Master of Business Administration from Duke University and a Bachelor of Arts degrees in Economics and Business Management from North Carolina State University.
Dwaine Kimmet  Senior Vice President of Payments and Treasurer
Dwaine Kimmet
Senior Vice President of Payments and Treasurer
Mr. Dwaine Kimmet serves as Senior Vice President of Payments and Treasurer at The Home Depot, Inc. Mr. Kimmet served as Senior Vice President of Business & Corporate Development at CO Liquidation Inc. (formerly Commerce One) Mr. Kimmet led Commerce One's mergers and acquisitions, corporate development, and partnership- development activities. He joined Commerce One in 2000 and has served in a variety of roles, including responsibility for executing Commerce One's largest e-marketplace deals throughout 2000 and 2001. Prior to joining Commerce One, Mr. Kimmet worked for General Motors for 14 years in a variety of roles in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. At the time of his departure, he oversaw mergers and acquisitions activity for GM with respect to e-commerce and fuel cells. In that role, Mr. Kimmet was active in developing and executing GM's strategy in these areas through the use of options theory and also completed the acquisition of the Hummer brand name for GM from AM General. Prior to mergers-and-acquisition activity at GM, Mr. Kimmet held various GM management positions in currency trading, commodities hedging, capital planning and investor relations. Mr. Kimmet served as Director of Strategic Business Development at The Home Depot, Inc. Mr. Kimmet also served as analyst for the GM Board of Directors until his departure for business school. He served as a Director of Perfect Commerce, Inc. Mr. Kimmet holds an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School, where he attended as a GM Fellow, and an M.S. from the GMI Engineering and Management Institute where he graduated as a Sobey Scholar.
Kevin Scott  Senior Vice President of Merchandising, D??cor
Kevin Scott
Senior Vice President of Merchandising, D??cor
Mr. Kevin Scott serves as Senior Vice President of Merchandising, D??cor at The Home Depot, Inc. Mr. Scott is responsible for Flooring, Paint, Lighting, Kitchen, Appliances and D??cor, in addition to HD Fuel Stores. Mr. Scott is a veteran of The Home Depot, with more than 24 years of experience. Mr. Scott served as Senior Vice President of Merchandising Services at The Home Depot. Since joining The Home Depot as a Sales Associate in 1988, Mr. Scott has held several positions of increasing responsibility, including Store Manager, Global Product Merchant, Regional Vice President, Field Merchandising Vice President and Merchandising Vice President of The Home Depot's Flooring department.
William G. Lennie  Executive Vice President of Outside Sales and Service
William G. Lennie
Executive Vice President of Outside Sales and Service
Mr. William G. Lennie, also known as Bill, has been Executive Vice President of Outside Sales and Service at The Home Depot, Inc. since August 2015. Mr. Lennie served as the President of Home Depot Canada Inc. at The Home Depot, Inc. since March 2011 until January 2016 and served as its Senior Vice President ' International Merchandising, Private Brands and Global Sourcing since March 2009 until March 2011, where he was responsible for proprietary brands, environmental innovation and providing strategic direction on products and pricing to its international operations, including Canada. He served as Senior Vice President of Decor at The Home Depot, Inc. from August 4, 2003 to October 12, 2006. Mr. Lennie originally joined The Home Depot, Inc. in 1992, when he joined as a Merchant for Millwork and Building Materials and held roles of increasing responsibility in the Company's merchandising department. He is 11-year Home Depot associate. He left The Home Depot, Inc. in 2006, but returned in 2009 from Dick's Sporting Goods, where he was Senior Vice President of Merchandising, Hardlines.
Hector Padilla  Senior Vice President of Store Operations
Hector Padilla
Senior Vice President of Store Operations
Mr. Hector Padilla serves as the Senior Vice President of Store Operations at The Home Depot, Inc. and oversees the daily execution of initiatives to simplify store operations and drive productivity. After 20 years and various roles within The Home Depot, Inc., Mr. Padilla has historical knowledge and a deep understanding of it's culture, values and commitment to customer service. He grew his career through numerous leadership positions including department supervisor, assistant store manager, store manager, district manager, field install manager, senior director and general manager of install and divisional director of field services. He served as regional vice president and responsible for the operations of 79 stores in the Florida Keys, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Mr. Padilla earned a bachelor's degree in business management from the University of Phoenix.

Leaders RH

Nom et titre
Bio
John Rolison  Regional Human Resources Director
John Rolison
Regional Human Resources Director
John Rolison sert en tant que Regional Human Resources Director de .
Dawn Watson  Regional Human Resources Director ~ Mid Atlantic
Dawn Watson
Regional Human Resources Director ~ Mid Atlantic
Dawn Watson sert en tant que Regional Human Resources Director ~ Mid Atlantic de .
Silas Mayberry  Human Resources Director
Silas Mayberry
Human Resources Director
Silas Mayberry sert en tant que Human Resources Director de .
Brenda May  Director Human Resources, Information Technology
Brenda May
Director Human Resources, Information Technology
Brenda May sert en tant que Director Human Resources, Information Technology de .
Brant Suddath  Senior Director of HR Operations
Brant Suddath
Senior Director of HR Operations
Brant Suddath serves as the Senior Director of HR Operations of The Home Depot. Brant started at The Home Depot in February of 2018. Brant currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Lesley Brown  Corporate Talent Acquisition, Sourcing Partner
Lesley Brown
Corporate Talent Acquisition, Sourcing Partner
Lesley Brown serves as the Corporate Talent Acquisition, Sourcing Partner of The Home Depot. Lesley currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Kelli Quinn  Director - Talent Acquisition
Kelli Quinn
Director - Talent Acquisition
Kelli Quinn serves as the Director - Talent Acquisition of The Home Depot. Kelli currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Sheila Douglas  Director Human Resources
Sheila Douglas
Director Human Resources
Sheila Douglas serves as the Director Human Resources of The Home Depot. Sheila currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Shannon Whitfield  Director Talent Management
Shannon Whitfield
Director Talent Management
Shannon Whitfield serves as the Director Talent Management of The Home Depot. Shannon currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Stephen Waechter  Director, HR Technology & Analytics
Stephen Waechter
Director, HR Technology & Analytics
Stephen Waechter serves as the Director, HR Technology & Analytics of The Home Depot. Stephen currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Frank Farwell  Director, Human Resources, Online Customer Operations
Frank Farwell
Director, Human Resources, Online Customer Operations
Frank Farwell serves as the Director, Human Resources, Online Customer Operations of The Home Depot. Frank currently resides in the Phoenix, Arizona Area.
Gladys Lopez  District HR Manager
Gladys Lopez
District HR Manager
Gladys Lopez serves as the District HR Manager of The Home Depot. Gladys currently resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area.
Lisette Machen  District Human Resources Manager
Lisette Machen
District Human Resources Manager
Lisette Machen serves as the District Human Resources Manager of The Home Depot. Lisette currently resides in the Greater Chicago Area.
Freddie Beaulieu  District Human Resources Manager
Freddie Beaulieu
District Human Resources Manager
Freddie Beaulieu serves as the District Human Resources Manager of The Home Depot. Freddie currently resides in the Greater Boston Area.
Joe Garcia  Head, Talent Management and Organizational Effectiveness
Joe Garcia
Head, Talent Management and Organizational Effectiveness
Joe Garcia serves as the Head, Talent Management and Organizational Effectiveness of The Home Depot. Joe currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Kimberly Hardin  HR Manager - Talent Management
Kimberly Hardin
HR Manager - Talent Management
Kimberly Hardin serves as the HR Manager - Talent Management of The Home Depot. Kimberly currently resides in the Greater New York City Area.
Mona Chen  Human Resources Manager
Mona Chen
Human Resources Manager
Mona Chen serves as the Human Resources Manager of The Home Depot. Mona currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Mike Lee  Manager, Corporate Technology Talent Acquisition
Mike Lee
Manager, Corporate Technology Talent Acquisition
Mike Lee serves as the Manager, Corporate Technology Talent Acquisition of The Home Depot. Mike currently resides in the Portland, Oregon Area.
Leah Chitwood  Manager, Talent Acquisition - Technology
Leah Chitwood
Manager, Talent Acquisition - Technology
Leah Chitwood serves as the Manager, Talent Acquisition - Technology of The Home Depot. Leah currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Myra Reeves  Senior Manager - Diversity and Inclusion
Myra Reeves
Senior Manager - Diversity and Inclusion
Myra Reeves serves as the Senior Manager - Diversity and Inclusion of The Home Depot. Myra currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Ann Kelly  Senior Manager, Benefits
Ann Kelly
Senior Manager, Benefits
Ann Kelly serves as the Senior Manager, Benefits of The Home Depot. Ann currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Tiffany Chambers  Senior Manager, Diversity and Inclusion
Tiffany Chambers
Senior Manager, Diversity and Inclusion
Tiffany Chambers serves as the Senior Manager, Diversity and Inclusion of The Home Depot. Tiffany currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Michele Merkel  Sr Manager, Talent Management
Michele Merkel
Sr Manager, Talent Management
Michele Merkel serves as the Sr Manager, Talent Management of The Home Depot. Michele currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Sabrina Green  Sr. Director, Human Resources
Sabrina Green
Sr. Director, Human Resources
Sabrina Green serves as the Sr. Director, Human Resources of The Home Depot. Sabrina currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Sylvester Johnson  Sr. Manager Supplier Diversity
Sylvester Johnson
Sr. Manager Supplier Diversity
Sylvester Johnson serves as the Sr. Manager Supplier Diversity of The Home Depot. Sylvester currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Natascha Brouwer  Talent Acquisition Manager Technology
Natascha Brouwer
Talent Acquisition Manager Technology
Natascha Brouwer serves as the Talent Acquisition Manager Technology of The Home Depot. Natascha currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Chad Clatterbaugh  Talent Acquisition, Sr. Field Staffing Manager
Chad Clatterbaugh
Talent Acquisition, Sr. Field Staffing Manager
Chad Clatterbaugh serves as the Talent Acquisition, Sr. Field Staffing Manager of The Home Depot. Chad currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Scott Smith  VP, Compensation, Benefits & HR Operations
Scott Smith
VP, Compensation, Benefits & HR Operations
Scott Smith serves as the VP, Compensation, Benefits & HR Operations of The Home Depot. Scott currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.
Sandy Reynoso  Director Human Resources
Sandy Reynoso
Director Human Resources
Sandy Reynoso serves as the Director Human Resources of The Home Depot. Sandy currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Dave Merriman  Director Human Resources
Dave Merriman
Director Human Resources
Dave Merriman serves as the Director Human Resources of The Home Depot. Dave currently resides in the Greater Atlanta Area.

The Home Depot Avis des employés

Avis positifs
78%
78%
22%
Commentaires constructifs
22%

Commentaires positifs des employés

Qu’avez-vous le plus aimé du procédé d’entretien?

It was quick and easy

Qu’est-ce qui vous rend le plus heureux au travail?

My coworkers make me the most happy

Qu’est-ce qui est le plus positif à propos de la culture et de l’environnement de votre entreprise?

I believe my coworkers are. Customers are rarely rude either.

Commentaires constructifs des employés

Qu’est-ce qui ne va pas et comment cela peut-il être amélioré?

Our store is rated high as far as sales, but I watch them lose thousands and customers daily. Employee retention horrible. Customer service ratings really bad. But that is because of the poorly managed departments. Also orders are never where they are supposed to be. Wrong things getting delivered

Pourquoi vous sentez-vous sous-évalué et qu’est-ce qui vous rassurerait par rapport à votre rémunération?

Work really hard. Got hurt lifting too much and no one even ask me if I was Ok few days later. But they expect you to work without breaks and lunch sometimes and just don't acknowledge anything you do. 90% of the employees feel this way at the store I work at.

De quoi l’équipe de direction a-t-elle besoin pour s’améliorer?

Employee Retention and focus on their needs. Online and pick up orders. Develop systems for the departments. Management teams need more support from upper management

Un jour dans la vie
Un jour dans la vie
Les employés de The Home Depot travaillent généralement 8.5 heures par jour
Heures de travail
Un jour dans la vie
Les employés de chez The Home Depot signalent que le rythme de travail est confortablement rapide
Rythme de travail
Un jour dans la vie
Au cours d’une journée normale, les employés de The Home Depot ont 0 réunions
Des réunions
Un jour dans la vie
88% des employés de chez The Home Depot sont impatients d’interagir avec leur équipe tous les jours
Collègues de travail
Un jour dans la vie
Les employés de The Home Depot prennent le plus souvent 0-10 congés payés et de congés de maladie chaque année
Avantages
Un jour dans la vie
66% des employés chez The Home Depot déclarent qu’ils sont satisfaits de leur équilibre travail-vie personnelle
L’équilibre travail-vie
Un jour dans la vie
Les employés de The Home Depot reçoivent généralement des commentaires précieux sur la façon de s’améliorer au travail chaque semaine
Retour d’information
Un jour dans la vie
81% des employés de The Home Depot appellent leur environnement de travail positif
Environnement

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Dernières questions / réponses

Top
20%

Score de direction

dans le Top 20 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

TendanceLe score de cette catégorie a eu tendance à augmenter % depuis le mois dernier
75
sur 100
Évaluation de la direction?
77
sur 100
Évaluation du PDG?
75
sur 100
Évaluation du gestionnaire?
Top
25%

Score de compensation

dans le Top 25 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

Le score de cette catégorie a eu tendance à baisser -1 % depuis le mois dernier
Bien payé?
Satisfait des avantages?
Top
20%

Score d’équipe

dans le Top 20 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

TendanceLe score de cette catégorie a eu tendance à augmenter % depuis le mois dernier
Interaction avec un collègue?
79
sur 100
Qualité des collègues?
Top
10%

Score de l’environnement

dans le Top 10 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

TendanceLe score de cette catégorie a eu tendance à augmenter % depuis le mois dernier
7 ou moins
20%
8
59%
10
11%
12
4%
Plus de 12
6%
Heures de travail par jour?
Extrêmement rapide
24%
Confortablement rapide
47%
Modéré
23%
Un peu lent
4%
Bureaucratique
2%
Rythme au travail?
Positif
81%
Négatif
19%
Environnement de travail positif?
Top
15%

Score Outlook

dans le Top 15 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

TendanceLe score de cette catégorie a eu tendance à augmenter % depuis le mois dernier
85
sur 100
Perspectives d’avenir?
Fantastique
30%
Bien
53%
Neutre
13%
Mal
2%
Terrible
2%
Perception du client?
Excité d’aller au travail?

The Home Depot Visa H1B

En 2019, The Home Depot a appliqué pour 260 Visas H1B. Des permis de travail demandés, 98% ont été approuvés.

Un examen approfondi des applications H1B «certifiées retirées» chez The Home Depot annonce qu’une demande de permis de travail approuvée a été retirée avant la date de début de l’emploi.

Résultat de la demande de permis de travail

The Home Depot a un total de 37100 employés

260
Total appliqué
  • 98% Accordé (255 sur 260)
  • 0% Refusé ( sur 260)
  • 2% Retiré La demande a été retirée par l’employeur avant l’approbation / le rejet (5 sur 260)
  • 0% Certifié retiré La demande a été approuvée puis retirée par l’employeur ( sur 260)

Ces données ont été calculées à l’aide de données provenant de sources publiques à partir de données de performance OFLC.

Score de genre Comment positivement les femmes évaluent leur expérience globale à The Home Depot

top 15% Sexe

The Home Depot se classe actuellement dans le Top 15% d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

Score de diversité Comment positivement les minorités évaluent leur expérience globale à The Home Depot

top 20% La diversité

The Home Depot se classe actuellement dans le Top 20% d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably

eNPS

Score de promoteur net suit le score global de vos employés à cette question: "Sur une échelle de 1 à 10, êtes-vous susceptible de recommander de travailler dans votre entreprise à un ami?"
Top 20 %Top 20 % d’entreprises de taille similaire sur Comparably
28
Score eNPS
54%Promoters
20%Passives
26%Detractors

The Home Depot Vidéo de culture

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Vidéo des concurrents de The Home Depot

The Home Depot Les concurrents

  1. 1st
    The Home Depot
    75 / 100
  2. 2nd
    Hajoca Corporation
    72 / 100
  3. 3rd
    Ace Hardware
    72 / 100
  4. 4th
    HHGregg
    66 / 100
  5. 5th
    Walmart
    64 / 100

Avantages et bénéfices

Congés payés
Congé de maternité / paternité
Avantages financiers
401K / Plan de retraite
Plan d’achat d’actions des employés

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