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Hard working and love to listening music
cashier/ Attendant (Current Employee), Scarborough,onMay 5, 2014
I remember that day when i had work 12 hours constantly without having any long break and that day was really busy but i learned from the day if you are totally put your all efforts then no need to take break. management and my co-workers are also good and help me in every difficult time. As per my side i never fill anything hard if you get trained – more... well then no need to worry. – less
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This is an old and proud Canadian company.
Planogram Coordinator (Former Employee), Toronto, ONMay 5, 2014
Pros: the investment/profit sharing plan that this company offers is excellent.
Cons: it's sometimes difficult to advance unless you know someone in the department you are interested in.
A strong company with great benefits and employee perks, and overall a family oriented atmosphere.
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great shifts and flexible
GAS STATION BAR ATTENDANT (Former Employee), Niagara Falls, ONMay 5, 2014
working in a gas station is a great experience for any customer service. i met different customers everyday with different way of thinking, and i had to reach and understand how they think in seconds. worked with a lot of cash during my shift and people get really upset when the price of the gas go higher. As the gas station cashier i had to understand – more... that and act kindly with it to show my support and understanding to the customer. most of the gas stations have a poor managing system, where workers dont have a lot of rights. – less
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Terrible Managment
Customer Service (Current Employee), Humboldt, SKMay 5, 2014
Pros: tim hortons is right across the parking lot
The Managers at Canadian Tire are not friendly at all. They snap on you randomly and do not listen to their co-workers.
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Productiv, hard working and responsible
sales person Canadian Tire 2012 to January 2013 (Former Employee), Toronto, ONMay 3, 2014
I really love to have connection with people.
I am a team worker.
I am a hard worker and I don't mind stay longer if my task is not finished
I focus on my target and always try to get it.
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Fun place to work.
Warehouse Person (Former Employee), Dalhousie, Calgary, AlbertaMay 3, 2014
Cons: not enough work to keep me there.
I enjoyed working at Canadian Tire. The hours were great, the people were great. I liked my boss. I am sorry that they did not need me there anymore. I really miss it.
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Convenient at this time
Automotive Service Technician (Current Employee), TrentonMay 3, 2014
Does not offer a consistent pay rate. Does not offer benefits or health plan that is affordable. Lack of promotions or recognition for jobs well done. Management is lacking.
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A wonderful place to learn and grow with outstanding people
Supervisor (Former Employee), Regina, SKMay 2, 2014
The best job of my life as it was also my first, it gave me a real understanding of the working world and what it was to do all maner of things.
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Nice atmosphere
Retail Sales/Customer Service (Former Employee), Cobourg, ONApril 30, 2014
Long shifts without breaks, nice co-workers
Lots of multi-tasking
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fun place to work
Service Technician (Current Employee), Greater Sudbury, ONApril 29, 2014
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: some times understaffed
good times good managment and work hours flexible with school schedules
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Productive
Cashier (Current Employee), OttawaApril 24, 2014
Deal with customers before they leave the store, when it is a slow day, clean the front end of the store.
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Poor working cash registers
Cashier (Former Employee), Dartmouth Crossing, NSApril 23, 2014
Cons: no recognition
Put up with garbage scanners!!!!!!! No customer service in the store. Employees have no idea about the products that Canadian Tire sells. Training wasn't very good.
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Typical storefront duties
Customer Service Representative/ General employee (Former Employee), Mississauga, ONApril 21, 2014
worked as a cashier on most days, some days i would have to restock shelves and clean up around the store and gas stations.
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Fun time at Canadian Tire!
Cashier (Former Employee), Guelph, ONApril 21, 2014
Pros: long lunches and good co-workers
Cons: no cons.
A typical day at work would be getting to work 15 minutes early and getting my self ready like going to the bathroom, wash hands etc. and then do what I have to do during the work time and then get things done close or after I am done work and then go home. What I learned is do your best and make work fun. Management is awesome. Three to four managers – more... and always there when you needed them. My co-workers always made my day and fun during the busy or slow day and got along with them always and still friend with them. The hardest part of the job was counting the money after my shift was over because there was so much money after the end of the day.My most enjoyable part of the job was co-workers, customers and the managers who help us. – less
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A nice place to work
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Brampton, ONApril 17, 2014
Typical day was from 5-9
Stocked the shelves and bait etc also during the winter months we had a lot of people skate sharpening. Most enjoyable part was my co-workers, no moment was a dull one.No real hard parts of the job
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Great part time job
SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee), woodbridgeApril 16, 2014
Pros: great employes fun working environment
Cons: not always enough hours
Great company fun working environment recommended for a part time job.
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Canadian Tire
Customer Service Representative/Cashier (Former Employee), Toronto, ontarioApril 15, 2014
Canadaian Tire is an amazing company to work for. Great people and great costumers.
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Productive and Fun Work Place
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Strathmore, ABApril 14, 2014
Pros: social events and special lunches for birthdays
Cons: little staff in each department
A typical day at work would consist of stocking product, helping customers both those in the store and those on the phone. We would have to do stock adjustments for product we could not find in order to get new stuff ordered so customers could buy the product. Every week on Thursdays we would get sale labels for the products that were going to be on – more... sale for the next week, so we would take down the old sale labels and put up the new ones.

What i learned about was customer service and merchandising because I worked in the sporting good department and would have to do seasonal change over, from winter to summer sports. I learned how rewarding delivering customer service can be to people and how important it is in increasing sales and also in loss prevention.

The management was helpful to some extent in the training process and task management duties and checking on the staff.
My co-workers on the other hand were helpful and hardworking. If anyone needed help with something we were all willing to pitch in and help one another.

The hardest part was probably merchandising because if something got discontinued you would have to re-organize the other product to take up the now empty space.

Most enjoyable part was helping people and seeing them appreciate the hard work you're doing for them. – less
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Auto Service and Auto Parts (Former Employee), Cornwall, ONApril 13, 2014
Working in the Auto Service. Was fun the people I met were great and the customers as well.
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decent workplace
Logistics (Former Employee), Brampton, ONApril 12, 2014
Pros: few chill employees that were easy going, got good hours
Cons: long hours but worth it though, distance to work from home was hectic
From day 1 i knew there were going to be ups and downs the place was like a mood swing, nice on some days and a hooligan the next. I've seen and learned a lot that in Canadian Tire it not just got me experience but common skills i would like to project in the future

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