Canada Drives
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Canada Drives Employee Review

Super laidback place to work and good people

4.0
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13 January 2021
It’s one of the easiest jobs I’ve ever had and they pay above industry standard. They hire quality people and is the most diverse workplace I’ve ever worked in.
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4.0Culture
Pros
Chill atmosphere
Cons
Lots of downtime
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Driver (Former Employee) - Vancouver, BC
Do not work here, that is all I will say. Toxic work environment. They will make you drive in snow with no snow tires and tell you that you have to or you’ll be let go. They don’t care about anyone’s safety. They are selling cars that aren’t fit for the road to people who can’t afford them, it’s morally bankrupt
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It’s morally bankrupt
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Driver (Former Employee) - Richmond, BC
The logistics side of Canada drives is "managed" by a team of people that really don't know what they're doing,far to young and inexperienced I was mislead at the interview stage regarding the actual work i would be doing and how they operate as a company,they expect all costs of delivering cars to customers to fall on the driver including gassing up cars,paying for transit back to the yard,car washes,tires,repairs etc and then claiming it all back as expenses some drivers were spending $1500 every pay check! totally unreasonable for a company lots of people that work there are still on work visas make of that what you will the pay was okay but not the best for the hassle you got
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dishonesty
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Recon Analyst (Current Employee) - Richmond, BC
Generally your work day starts betwewen 8 and 9 and goes on until between 5:30-6:30. some roles have abnormal hours but nothing like a graveyard shift overnight.The culture is fun and jovial but you are expected to get your work done in a timely fashion. Anyone that can achieve that balance will move up in the company. We are all friends with each other
Pros
Health and Dental Insurance
Cons
Longer Hours, High pressure
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  1. Super laidback place to work and good people