Canada Drives
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Canada Drives Employee Review

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5.0
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11 March 2021
I've been at Canada Drives since March 2017. It has been a good 4 years. They have hired good staff and have good people in management. Dealing with upset customers can be a bit difficult but that's a given with any company.
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5.0Work/Life Balance
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5.0Management
5.0Culture
Pros
Work from home
Cons
Work from home
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Teams will push and motivate you.
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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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