Cashier and Promotions (Former Employee) – North Vancouver, BC – 8 September 2017
I worked for Canadian Tire for 7 months full-time. My co-workers and managers made it a safe and fun environment to work in. I enjoyed my time there and I will always consider them family but it was time to move on.
Cashier/Customer Service/Shipper/Receiver (Former Employee) – Brooks, AB – 8 September 2017
my coworkers truly made the job worth going to; you always had a good laugh but still got your work done. as well they were supportive with your out of work life. working in retail is hard. your not always treated with respect but if youwere having a bad day your coworkers were there for you.
The people that I met and worked with were nice and showed me how to do the job correctly. But, it was not one of the best jobs that I had because it didn't pay very well and it became redundant. Appart from theses details, it was a good experience.
Labourer (Former Employee) – Salmon Arm, BC – 7 September 2017
The job was fun and I was very eager to learn. The training was excellent but communication was subpar. A 30min lunch was supplied and two 15min breaks during an 8hour shift. The schedule was consistent which made it easy to book appointments and do school sports.
Warehouse Manager (Former Employee) – Exeter, ON – 7 September 2017
It has been a number of years since working at Canadian Tire Exeter; however this employment was very enjoyable. I loved being the Warehouse Manager and enjoyed the organizational aspect of the position.
Customer service (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 5 September 2017
The work is simple and easy, the staff isn't very welcoming and its an environment filled with drama. Management rarely steps in and is focused on themselves. Customers tend to be very difficult to deal with as well.
Inbound Control Coordinator (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 5 September 2017
you have the choice to take courses to upgrade your knowledge you are part of a huge corporation I learned about a lot of different products (size, weight, uses) I learned how many pallets can fit in a 48 or 53 foot trailer I entered requests to pick up or deliver I really enjoyed all aspects of this position
Shipping and Receiving Logistics (Former Employee) – Alberta – 4 September 2017
It alwaysfu working in canadian tire. Despite of being busy my co-workers always take time to encourage each other. The most challenging part of the job is to go out and shovel snows in a freezing weather.
Hardware Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Sudbury, ON – 4 September 2017
I worked at this job for over two years and learnt much about teamwork as well as independent working habits. A typical day would involve assisting customers with whatever they needed, giving advice on how to solve a certain problem, or simply locating the product that they were looking for were for were the most common activities. The management was absolutely great and was very flexible, kind and knowledgeable. The job itself was rather good however working at a sales associate at a retail chain does have its limits.