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The dhr Miranda Wilmot does her investigations (witch-hunt) anyway she pleases. She is never held accountable no matter how many complaints are filed against her (which are many)!! Or it might be that Home Depot has no real process on how their employees are questioned when any allegations are filed against them!! Makes you question all their core values mainly the one that state "taking care of you're people'' . Miranda makes that statement false by not being impartial when asking you any questions. Associates at the Holland Tunnel Home Depot need outside help!!! (unless they are friendly with Miranda of course)!!!

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  • Yu
    Yucky Yuck Jul 01, 2010

    This Location IS HORRIBLE. They treat their employees like garbage and expect everyone to be happy and cheery all the time. They need more than outside help, they need a complete management makeover. Everyone there is mean, nasty and rotten. This Home Depot STORE IS HORRIBLE! Take your money to other locations, because by giving them your money you are feeding their treatment of their employees.

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  • As
    associate Mar 10, 2010

    home depot needs labor union for their employees!!!

    2 Votes

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