Also, “We asked people to send us their feedback for an article about how bad this employer is, and the majority of emails we got were negative.” It’s good that they point out it’s not a scientific sample, but highlighting the data in a pie chart and suggesting it’s how employees feel about Home Depot is misleading.
Back in the old days that really was true. I was able to talk to people who clearly knew what they were selling. In the early 2000's that already started to change. They would hire inexperienced people who had some technical training, but not necessarily real world experience. And then after that they just hired… Read more
When Home Depot first opened (nationwide), they did have individuals in the various trades that could actually help and knew what materials/products they had in stock. Was actually a decent store for a short while. Then the big box mentality set in and it started going downhill, followed by being bought out by… Read more
Must’ve been in the ‘90s that Home Despot was running commercials about how much experience their employees had working in the industries that related to the departments they worked in in the stores. A twenty year plumber would help you pick out the right parts for your DIY job. That sort of thing. Read more
And what if the Wright brothers said “oh, let’s just use a horse”? Where would we be then? WE’D HAVE FLYING HORSES, OF COURSE. HAVE YOU NO IMAGINATION?
And apologized profusely for not somehow preventing an act of nature in the first place.
Play cards right in 2018 and you could wind up with FCA sans Ram and latter-day Jeep. Then we can peddle Gremlin "trucks" with Hemis underhood.
0-60 times remain a pissing contest among manufacturers, consumers, and Stans so the automotive media industry is only happy to facilitate and transmit these figures. Sure sometimes they tell you that they did a 5k clutch dump, looking at you C&D, to get some unattainable times and other times they just let the lies… Read more
but thats where i keep all my stuff!