Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, ON – 12 July 2017
You learn a lot about inventory and organization. How to help customers in the best way possible. You also learn from customers as well from the experiences they've had with the different products they used.
sports representative (Former Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – 10 July 2017
A typical day at work starts with clocking in, then I go to my department and help customers. I would help them with anything from sharpening skates, getting items off shelves, answering any questions they had, giving them advice on buying things. I learnt many things about different sporting equipment. The hardest part of the job was locating items because they could be none of the items on the shelves, so then i would have to look around in many other places to find the item for the customer. My favorite thing about the job was sharpening skates. Canadian tire is a great place for students to work because they offer good benefits for students.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 10 July 2017
Canadian Tire is a great place for a first job. Whether you're on the retail floor in specific departments or working on cash, there is a lot to learn. You're attention to detail increases, multi-tasking becomes mandatory and most importantly your patience grows.
Tool specialist (Current Employee) – London, ON – 8 July 2017
Good management mixed with a relaxed atmosphere makes for an enjoyable working experience. wages being minimum and giving fulltime hours to as few employees as possible hurts overall moral view of the company.
great potential but the general manager wasn't good
Clerk (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 7 July 2017
I like working here because the staff was great and they were really encouraging. however, the general manger was very rude and he like to intimidate the staff members. but the supervisors were amazing
this job is alot of fun to a person that loves to challenge themselves
Parts Clerk (Current Employee) – Cornwall, ON – 7 July 2017
this a challenging job you must think before doing and be on the ball No room for mistakes as you are dealing with the safety of the customer.you need to pay attention , concentrate to the job at hand. hardest part of the job is to try and answer all customer questions. the hardest part is to deal with certain management who think the store and stock belongs to them
BRAND CONSULTANT (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 July 2017
Canadian Tire has a really great and collaborative culture. The people at Canadian Tire are always thinking outside of the box. We work in a fast paced environment and are constantly evolving due to the ever changing world of retail.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 July 2017
I worked for Canadian Tire Companies for over 4 years, in every department and was trained in everything from licenses, ammo, to key cutting and mixing paint. Never was I given the chance to move up in the company or even offered any sort of raise for my hard work and commitment.
AUTO PARTS/HARDWARE SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 4 July 2017
Canadian Tire is a very good company, it provides the challenges of running your department within the policies of the company. The coworkers were easy to work with and everyone was supportive of each other