Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Brockville, ON – 9 June 2017
Everything is well looked after both in and out of the store with assistance from all the employees, management and coworkers are respectful and easy to work with and it's all around a very lucky possition to be in.
Senior Warehouse Agent (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 30 May 2017
We worked in the back, unloading trailers or building displays of products. loading customers vehicles and dealing with product transfers. Even carrying out products threw the front doors for customers.
Good staff to teach you
Lots of work done is not needed to be done and offten un done by manament
Private Contractor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 May 2017
Contracting with the brick is pure stress. They are disorganized and disrespectful about it. They will not take responsibility for their poor action and will throw their employees or contractors under the bus.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 9 May 2017
The job surrounds you with greedy people who lie and cheat each other. The management style encourages the employees to steal from each other. The only good thing about the job are a few friendly employees that will treat you like a human being.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 7 May 2017
There is a lot of drama at this place, each department seems to hate the other ones and it is extremely tiring. The work its self isn't bad, a little weight intensive with all the lifting, but the environment makes it extremely difficult to continue.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – West Vancouver, BC – 18 April 2017
Sales driven so they don't care about anyone that isn't selling. Minimum wage with 19 cent raises, terrible hours, benefits don't kick in for a year after you've become full time which is likely already a year wait. So two years before benefits. Warehouse employees expected to learn their antiquated, super unfriendly computer system. Again, all for minimum wage. Look elsewhere.
great customers and friendly co-workers, poor management
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 March 2017
Sales are the most important part of the job and in all fairness, the Brick has a good selection of products, accessories and other add-ons to make money. Vendor training and online training is good and detailed.
The co-workers are all right mostly but the job being commission based, the environment is always competitive and sometimes your colleagues will fight over customers.
Management is poor, and they will go back on their words if it's inconvenient to them- discourteous and disrespectful with sub-par training are mild terms to describe them. Favouritism is rampant, with lots of 'reporters' on the sales floor.
Lots of opportunities to make commissions, training and new product launches
micro-management, outdated and slow sales computer system, poor management