Part-Time Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 12 December 2017
It was a good learning experience for me I learned a lot about customer service and being a team player. The thing for me was lifting got a bit tedious since there are many products with heavy weights to them.
productive and fun, great expirience with customers
Seasonal and Sports seller (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 6 November 2017
- Use scanners to introduce new stocks/products into the inventory and organize them in retail floor, following store standards. - Communicate with team members through radio to effectively assist clients in their needs and orient them in the proper section. - Assess and provide clients with recommendation on the proper product to acquire - Relocate entire sections of products in other areas of the store.
busy maintaining production equipment in timely fashion maintain safe working conditions maintain spare parts inventory update employee training monitor downtime on equipment and investigate to improve
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 4 November 2017
Management sucks. staff are fun and easy to get along with. the job itself was enjoyable but hated how the managment was constantly breathing down your neck about everything and fire people for messed up reasons
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 4 November 2017
So I got trained for two weeks, I was decent at my job and tried my best. They didn't even give me a red shirt at the end of training, and people from corporation had visited my store during my second week of training. And they gave me an unfair evaluation, like it was my second week. It was a bit upsetting, not going to lie. You put all that time and effort, and you end up getting fired. There was a lot of work, and I was put in one of the most busiest departments. However, a customer complained about me to my co-worker so it made me look pretty bad. so basically i got fired by upper management, and they never gave me a concrete reason.
Easy work, helping customers is fun, develop social skills, and using the rf scanner
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.
Frustrating workplace with disorganized management
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 3 November 2017
overworked employees left in the lurch and blamed for anything that goes wrong. Employees always get the short end of the stick with customers complaining because of their terrible policies. Have had things thrown at me as well as been verbally assaulted by customers numerous times simply because of the rules I had to follow. Low pay for the amount of emotional distress caused. Cashiers crying in bathrooms etc...
Sales Associate (Part-time) (Current Employee) – Queensway Gardens, ON – 1 November 2017
The Queensway Canadian Tire has disrespectful employess and managers who do not care about their customers. The employess are not welcoming and not skilled enough to work there departments. The managers have no respect towards their own employees and do not make you feel apart of the staff team when you work there.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – edmonton alberta – 31 October 2017
Canadian tire used to be a great company to work for, but, they do not pay their employees very well and they will not compensate your time working their if you decided to go from full time to part time to further your education. Would not recommend for anyone to work here. I have talked to many past and current employees and the common demeanour is hatred for the company.