Happiness score is 46 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Michael Rawluk
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
  • Link
    AutoCanada website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 63 reviews and is evolving.



Receptionist in Edmonton, AB
on 26 January 2022
AutoCanada was a great place to work and lots of room for advancement.
Every day was different! When you run out of work tasks you can always learn how to help the other departments. I learned a lot when I worked there :)
Sales and Marketing Manager in Calgary, AB
on 9 April 2022
Fun workplace with ability to grow
Have to give credit to the management, if you are able to create a relationship with then the overall experience is much better. Very easy going and fun atmosphere. The job does have related stresses as with any position, but if you achieve your targets it is balanced.
General Sales Manager in Canada
on 7 April 2022
Overall AutoCan is a good company- Certain politics make it a FAILURE!!
Happily worked at AutoCan from 2015-2020, started as a sales rep and worked my way up to GSM. The company overall is not a "bad company" to work for, however the issue is the internal politics within certain dealerships. Too much nonsense to mention here!! So, for what it's worth if you can find a home with a smaller auto group who pride themselves in employee and customer satisfaction GET IN!! Unfortunately at AutoCanada you are just "another number" and they are certainly forgetting what customer service is all about!
Accounts Receivable Comptroller in Edmonton, AB
on 4 April 2022
Really Smart People Work Here
Working in the Collection/Repo Department at AutoCanada was one of the most enjoyable experiences for me (and FargoBond) in our over 20 year history in Collection/Repo Assistance Work.It's not often in life that you get to work with both intelligent and fun people at the same time.
Purchaser in Edmonton, AB
on 16 March 2022
Revolving door
They change management so frequently it’s difficult to remember them, with every change come a big round of lay offs. This happens ever couple years, your performance and company status does not protect you from the lay offs. No attention to information technology is made so the department is horribly under funded and under staffed. Certain executives treat the company as a secondary spending account. One person destroyed 3 cell phones in 4 months costing over $4000 then requested a new device a month after the las replacement for a new model. Incidents like that happen frequently and often bonus are denied due to the company not making enough. The only redeemable quality is some of the staff are lovely, hard working professionals.

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Process takes about a week

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