Office Depot Employee Reviews in Charlotte, NC
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Work-life balanceDepending on the tier sometimes you have time for nothing but workJob security and advancementIn terms of job security at Office Depot OfficeMax, I think time is limited for storesManagementIn general, managers at Office Depot OfficeMax undervalued. They do so much for little pay and no recognition.CultureCollaboration with my colleagues at Office Depot OfficeMax is based on politics.OverallMy experience working at Office Depot OfficeMax has been draining. Everyday focus changes.
Productive and supportive management team. I have been with the company for about 18 months and I have been promoted twice. My second promotion has taken me to the management level. I am completely satisfied with my career at Office Max/Office Depot.
Leadership was open for new approaches to sell solutions to existing customers. I was allowed to think outside the box. I enjoyed building relationships with my customer base. I am not a glass half full or half empty person. I am glad to have a glass that I can use for my success. I understand that changes in the organization will result with displacement of associates. That comes with growth.
Flexible work remote scehdule
New solutions with little support
Working at Office Depot was a challenging and tedious experience. Employees learn a variety of communication skills dealing with customers of various environments and customs. Though the company offers little advancement for higher pay the overall culture of the workplace is quite memorable.
I enjoyed working for this company. They had lots of new projects always popping up. But they had too much need for the techs or engineers to be traveling out of state with little to no break in between. But overall they were ok. Their management was very poor. The jobs would take longer and customers would be very upset because they did not properly prepare and also management was not available to take care of the day to day items needed to keep the company running smooth.
paid hotels, food.
no time to transition from out of state jobs to another.
Not very much to say other than I had a great manager who is very understanding. He is good at motivating the team and is admired by all of his employees. He is a good leader and I hope to recieve another manager like him.
it was good
I lived too far away from my work
A typical day at work was usually chill although it would be fast paced. Co-workers were always friendly helping make it a good environment. The hardest part of the job was probably staying busy honestly. The most enjoyable part was likely dealing with the costumers.
Wasn't very busy
Really enjoyed interacting with people and co workers. It was some thing I needed when I first moved here. Store manager is awesome, the people are delightful, and it isplacei recommend for someone who may be relocating to get going.
I'm sure the company overall is great. The GM at the store I worked at was great, but my day-to-day managers were pretty bad. The overall atmosphere of the company was pretty cut-throat when it came to getting protection plans. If you didn't meet a certain criteria, there were write-ups involved and it was difficult to sell the plans as there are not many good selling points - they're expensive and don't cover a lot.
inconsistent schedule, poor management