Cashier (Current Employee) – 9909 178street – 19 March 2014
Easy and Greet customers. Be polite and honest. There good and nice . I love my co-workers there all so nice and friendly. Dont really have a hard part of my job. Making the customers feel happy and leave with what they came for.
Warehouse (Former Employee) – Bowmanville, ON – 23 July 2017
Some employees are overworked, not equal pay opportunities or raises. Managers at this location treat employees like they're pets. You are expected to do your job, plus theres (the parts they do not wish to do) as well as more. They find ways/loop holes to jerk around employees.
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 23 July 2017
The company is investing in a lot of automation to make sure that even the smallest product such as a golf ball reaches to its customer on right time. The inventory they hold in a store cannot be seen in a day so imagine what happens in a Distribution Center where products are coming in and going out constantly. Very exciting work place. Sometimes very hard but overall its energetic.
Store Discount, Free Safety Shoes, Health & Dental Benefits
I really like my manager. He was very flexible and great if we needed to book off a day or had to switch a shift. There were some of the other managers that were just mean and would get mad at you for no reason.
Adecco staff (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 19 July 2017
Amazing company lots of great people and a very welcoming work environment. Pay is good however the 10 hour shifts and shift times take alot of time to get use too. you do however get 3 days off a week so in that sense its not too bad
Fill Crew (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 18 July 2017
Not an environmental friendly place at all,the amount of stuff in the garbage instead of recycling was a lot From full BBQ to Water tanks,just right it off and through it out,no scrap metal bin just smash it and put it in the dumpster!!! The same with electronics. Definitely a you need to drink the Koolaid kind of place!!!
Fun job to work at, people are friendly and always helpful.
Hardware stocking (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 17 July 2017
Canadian tire was a great job to have, there hours were very reasonable. Work environment was always happy. Everyone got along well. Nothing too difficult to lift but even if there was another employee would always help.
course maintenance staff (Current Employee) – Ajax, ON – 14 July 2017
AT first this job is difficult when you are 16, but after a few weeks if you have a slight care to remain employed you can handle it. I mean its a minimum wage job with high turnover like every other retail job, what are you hoping for?