Warehouse/Receiving Worker (Former Employee) – Grimsby, ON – 23 February 2018
Overall had a good experience working at Canadian Tire. The hours were plentiful, despite how early they could start. There were some great managers, but other ones who were... not so great. Good place to work overall, ideally as a summer job.
Very busy, fun easy paced work area met a lot of nice workers/customers. best part was when we got shipments of tire's never seen that many in 1 truck my department supervisor was scanning them and rolling them to me as I put them on to a conveyor belt.
Warehouse Worker/ Cashier (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 22 December 2017
Canadian Tire was an excellent first job with many opportunities to work in different departments and learn new skills. There isn't to many higher positions available, but you can take on higher rolls if you really want to. I worked with Canadian Tire for so long simply because they are so flexible with taking vacation and great while attending school.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Vegreville, AB – 14 December 2017
was a great place to work for, would have loved to stay if the dealer would have given me a position. could have given me a position reorganizing the warehouse since when I left I as only about half way through organizing and bunk scanning the products for easy finding
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 November 2017
The employees treated me nicely but most of the managers there acted like they were constantly better than you overall it was fun there was a good discount but it was constantly the busiest of all the other canadians tires around it
Warehouse worker (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 November 2017
Working mostly 9 hours a day every day doing the same thing by yourself gets exhausting after a while but its even worse when your manager cant get schedule hours right so the warehouse is always behind and packed. Also because of poor management, there would be 1-2 employees on the cash registers with a huge line up of angry people wondering why there aren't more cashiers
It was pretty good, though I was pretty young. I guess biggest thing was i saw no advancement and even if you did advance the pay was not much more than you were already making.
All in all though its not a bad place to work and out of any other hard ware store, Canadian Tire is probably the best place to work at. Unless you want to advance in the company then its not that great.
It was an unorganized environment with little to no supervision.
Warehouse Worker/Lift Operator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 October 2017
I wouldn't work at this exact location but i would work for Canadian Tire again. The managers were rude and also gave myself and other works no appreciation for finished work or outstanding work. I was only ever put down in the workplace and then released after the three month contract. There were ten new employees when i started in January and when i ended there were only another Worker and myself.