Home Depot My Apron for Employees: The Orange Apron

Home Depot My Apron Employee Website

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My Apron is a website for Home Depot employees, who are proud to wear the orange apron. Employees can use it to access their work schedules, information on benefits and to apply for new positions. Through the new system “My Apron”, they can fix benefits. The Home Depot offers a number of valuable benefits to both full and part time employees, including health insurance.
https://hdapps.homedepot.com/LaborMgtTools/WFMEssLauncher
the home depot my schedule
View Pay Statements
To view your pay statements,  you have to login through Employee Self-Service (ESS) website.
Pay statements will remain there online for 36 months.

View Your Schedule
The website for accessing your schedule through FAST is www.mythdhr.com

View Benefits
To access your Benefit materials go to www.livetheorangelife.com

How to get to home depot My Apron login from home?

Home Depot My Apron website can only be accessed through computers at your Home Depot. Access to myapron is allowed by logging in from an in store computer on the network. otherwise you can not take part in monthly quizzes and other schemes without being on job. The job you do at home depot, have to get paid for.

My Apron can only be accessed through computers at your Home Depot. For more information, please refer to the related link.

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38 Responses

  1. jerome doering says:

    I love THD! you get out of it what you put into it..you can go as far as you want you just have to work for it

  2. Byron Riemer says:

    I have 28 years in retail and 12 years as management–either manager or assistant and I started at a measly $10/hour. I worked for 5 years for Lowes in Amarillo, TX but received no credit at all for my experience. When I started at Lowes they gave me $3 more an hour than the starting base at the time($8.69). This is a joke. Only thing good about this job are decent part-time benefits. The hours are never consistent. Well the people are okay.

  3. Very Greatful says:

    oh yeah it’s stressful but I like it I have a great team and everyone is so nice.I’m so greatful that i found a job i like.Thank you Ryan, Jennifer, Bobby and Michelle. for hiring me and making me part of the HD Team

  4. Mike says:

    I like working at HD, what I don’t like is part time with inconsistent hours that appear slowly going down. I have retail experience and work better than many. Just seems they don’t appreciate lest your a kiss up!

  5. John Connecticut says:

    I’ve worked at THD since December 5th as a freight associate in CT. Started at $12 per hour. Enjoying the work and time working. No issues, except working with teenagers can be challenging as I am 20 years older than them.

  6. some girl or guy says:

    i also worked for the homedpot as a lot associate. I worked my ass off day in and day out. I was terminated recently because of some wack job customer, i swear lot has it the worst the pay is ok but you work your ass off and get all the blame.

  7. Depot employee says:

    I enjoy working at THD. Is it busy? Oh yeah. Is it stressful? Oh yeah. Do I enjoy staying challenged versus sitting on my butt? OH YEAH!
    If you want a cushy job where you’re coddled and not result driven, then work for McDonalds.
    I enjoy making customers happy with their purchases.
    I enjoy the sale of the sell.

    I’ll never get rich here, but compared to the crap hours I used to work at my previous job, and the ridiculous expectations, I love THD.

    If you don’t like it, then leave.
    I guarantee you won’t be missed by your fellow associates, your management NOR the customers.

  8. dan guerriero says:

    I worked at 1218 for 9 years. I got terminated last week for something i feel i should have been written up for. in 9 years i got written up once for not answering the two way when they first came onto sales floor(before the smart phones). Any way i sent a text to a fellow dh who worked nights so thats how we communicated in the text i cursed not at him just in the conversation Well someone saw it and called corporate and i was put on final. two hours before i got put on final i was working with cos to resolve an install issue customer wanted refund because no from installer contacted her for over a week and a half. A spur of the moment I went to customers house to try and fix problem. two days later i get called into office and corporate is on phone again asking about leaving the building. i told them what happened a week later i was terminated. I was never coached or even spoken to any of it by my manager or asm. I think an asm was calling corporate to get me fired. I really loved working there was on team depot and all those little committee. So watch your backs . I didn’t deserve the treatment i got.

  9. Dean Rogers says:

    I am a disabled vet and do the same Disabled vet does not mean you no longer have to work man up

  10. Dean Rogers says:

    I just started not long ago I told them I was a disabled Veteran and yesterday I moved thousands of pounds of river and creek stone and blocks in the garden department what is wrong with this picture

  11. Anonymous says:

    Wow I work at the homedeopt as a lot associate and I’m still a teen and I make $11/hr start. This is a fun and great environmental job I would recommend this job to anyone and everyone!!

  12. Secret says:

    HD is not a bad place to work, but everyone experience will be different since they are nationwide. In my state we make 13hr and the management is great but the store in the next city has terrible management and I hate even calling them store to store. Situations will vary.

  13. william says:

    great place to work,but if you are not a part of the click.you will not advance.

  14. LovelyOne says:

    I’m cashier in Ga. I get paid 8.25 . I work my ass off. I’m on 3 different departments throughout my work day. No gratitude. No homer. I don’t kiss ass, yet I’m polite. Been on the job little over a year and the new workers that sheep round the head cashiers and managers have some how gotten raises before. All my customers love me. But bc I don’t flock around the managers I go in recognized… I’m just tired of it :/

  15. Jay says:

    I work for homedepot as a cashier i make 9 dollors an hour and guess what i absolutely love working for them! Every employee in our store loves to come to work everyday we have great management and they do take care of us, if you dont like to work for home depot quit because obviosly nobody needs you.

  16. Matt says:

    First week on the job bam stuck on the floor by myself trying to create a measure with little to no help..running the flooring department and blinds! $11 hr with 10 years flooring experience, what a joke but it’s a job for now.

  17. Anonymous2 says:

    I agree with the above except starting pay at my store is 9.25/ Hour. It’s not how hard you work, it’s how much ass you kiss. Definitely don’t question how they do things or complain about how their employee act in front of customers.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Ashley, Where are you getting your facts? Starting pay is $10.50/hr or less. Store manager gives Homer awards to their pets. People who bust ass do not get ahead. They come in, do their job, cover up to 5 different departments a day and get no thhanks, no Homer award, no gratitude. If these employees make a negative comment they get labeled a trouble maker. At Home Depot, it’s not how hard you work, it’s how much ass you kiss.

    • THDMET says:

      Wow, that’s crazy. I started at 14.50. I guess it just depends on your location….

    • Anon #3 says:

      Starting pay for each Home Depot store, or location otherwise, depends on the area. Each building has different starting pay levels, it all depends on what is considered a ‘competitive wage’ in the area.

      @Ashley, it’s awesome that you love working at THD, however, it truly is one of the most morally bankrupt, politically driven environments I have worked in. However different managers have different areas of focus, some buildings are better than others I’m sure. Just my two cents.

  19. Ashley says:

    home depot is a great company to work for, please keep your negative comments to yourself. if you have any issues, bring them to the attention of your HR or store manager and they will do their best to resolve them

    • laura says:

      Ashley….you’ve got to be kidding me…as a place to work, Home Depot is the most culturally bankrupt company on earth. What, pray tell, is good about this company?

      • Anonymous says:

        laura,
        you get paid $12 an hour as a starting wage for stocking shelves. That is a lot better than making minimum wage or just over at target, Walmart, or mcdonalds.

        • Kyle says:

          Gratitude she has a job and sounds happy about it. Look for solutions not problems.

        • anonymous says:

          What $12/hr? Starting rate is $10.50 while cashiers at Target $12/hr! If one is lucky, they earn up to $0.15/hr more raise after 1 year of service. Get your facts straight!

        • jesse says:

          Wow thatbisnt true at all! I work overnights at home depot and I get paid 10 freaking dollars an hour to bust my butt. This is a joke. They didn’t even tell me what I would be making when I started. I had to wait until.I got my first paystub for that. Now tell me this isn’t some sneaky bullsxxt.

          • Chuck says:

            Well that is something you ask at the interview you don’t wait till your first check. Of course they will pay you what they want if you don’t talk about it. Interview better then you may complain.

          • Melissa says:

            Your ignorence for nt asking how much you would be making.

    • No Name says:

      Well, I wish it was that easy Ashley. I work for AtHomeServices, and the majority of the time when a person reaches management they do not communicate.

      • No Name says:

        They say sure ill take care of it, and sit on their cushy asses, and accomplish nothing

      • Jim Scott says:

        I worked for At Home Services in 2010. I did pretty well, and loved to work with the other members of the sales team. However, stupid me, I went to work for four other contractors before coming back to The Home Depot. All, of course, were straight commission. It’s okay, because I had been working on straight commission for about 16 years. First one kept getting leads in bad areas. Second one got fuming mad at customers who wanted their jobs done right, and took money from the salesperson to make up for the contractor’s mistakes. Third one expected me to go door to door to get my own leads, sell them and turn in the paperwork, all while their prices were too high. Why should I do that? The fourth one hired me, gave me a car, had good prices, but didn’t open up their software to me so I could sell their products — then let me go because I couldn’t sell their products (duh!). Well, I remembered the great teamwork, the fun, and the achievement of working with The Home Depot so I called to see if they had a management job opening in sales. They did, and were glad to have me back. I love selling for The Home Depot because it’s an easier sale. Prices may be slightly higher, but you get the full backing of The Home Depot for security….and that’s something after seeing the contractors I have worked for over the past 20 years. That makes sales easier, and people know where to find THD if they have any problem. THD stands behind their work. It’s a great job. I love it. I’m staying this time.

    • anonymous says:

      ur cute

  20. Frank Blake says:

    I think HD has a group of lawyers that take care of this sort of chicanery. Expect their call.

    • Soon to be former employee of HD says:

      And why are you labeling this as chicanery? What is it deceptive or dishonest about what is listed here? Good grief find something better to complain about, like how bad Home Depot treats their Assistant Managers. This company is a joke to work for.

    • Franks Bitch says:

      What a loser. Stop trolling Frank.

    • john doe says:

      The home depot is by far one of the worst companies I have ever worked for. They treat their employees like shit. They want to pay you as little as possible but expect for you to break your back in effort. I work in a department and am constantly having to cover breaks and lunches in other departments due to lack of coverage. Am I paid for doing two and sometimes three departments worth of work?? …hell no. Management doesn’t lift a finger to help. Instead they find ways to point fingers and pacify you until either you quit, or they find someone to replace you. This company gives less than two shits about you. Everyone’s expendable.

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