Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd
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162 questions about working at Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd
The owners of the locations need to take a course in the ethics of true customer service in a retail atmosphere. They then need to relay those teachings to management who will relay to staff. Stop hiring a consistently incapable number of staff that have no product or customer base knowledge. Pay experienced sales people a proper wage to retain them as well.
Answered 22 March 2017
Not enough hours....i cant survive on 20 to 24 hrs aweek. I have bills to pay just like the full time staff. I had to apply for another part time job which i got as a keyholder for another company
Answered 29 March 2017
Just simple but neat and clean. No heavy make up and perfume also be looked professional.
Answered 6 March 2017
My resume was sent in (on a Friday) and the next day (Saturday) I received a call for an interview for Monday morning. Had my interview with one store manager (the one dealing with HR) and was told that they’d like me to meet with a dept. manager the same afternoon. After that meeting I met a final time with the store manager and was hired in the spot and started the next day.
Answered 23 March 2017
I gave them increase after increase and when I asked for my reward it seems like it was a only a one way street .
Answered 16 March 2017
I haven’t received a call for an interview yet.
Answered 23 March 2017
How are the working hours?
Asked 21 August 2017
There are no guaranteed hours meaning you can be scheduled one shift a week if any. I worked about 20 hours a week with 3-4 shifts a week, mainly 8 hour shifts with some 4 hour shifts.
Answered 21 August 2017
I applied for full-time work and am lucky if I get 23 hours a week. They keep hiring more part-time employees who get the additional hours I should be getting. Employers should be honest and tell employees that they are only ever going to be part-time and will be lucky to ever get 40 hours a week. Doesn't make a good, dedicated employee want to stay with the company.
Answered 15 November 2017
Invest in people train and treat them well so they will perform better and to attract and serve the customers. Based in my experience some company I observed staffs come and go that is why customers don't stay long.
Answered 30 September 2018
The probationary period is usually 3 months.
Answered 18 October 2017
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