Why does Home Depot need to stock the shelves and block isles when they are open?
One of my Orange Box (Home Depot) complaints is that Home Depot insists that they stock the shelves and close isles during regular hours causing extensive delays. Why don't they try stocking when the store closes so that the employees can actually help customers instead of disrupting them. There is nothing worse than dragging a heavy cart to the front of the store only to find just about every isle blocked or closed, then realizing you need to get into one of those isles for something and having to wait forever.
My wife and I call it Home Dipo because the people running it must be dips.