If I were to leave. It would be due to managers. Especially in the service Center or parts. There loosing amazing employees due to their lack of communication with all co workers, especially new hires. When they need an experienced person working anything automotive, instead of loosing customers due to lack of knowledge and experience in the field.
If a full-time permanent job was a conflict.
Answered - Customer Service/Cashier (Current Employee) - Lower Sackville
Becoming too stressed out, moving to a different place, not enough hours.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Newmarket, ON
Finding a better paying Job.
Answered - Supervisor (Former Employee) - Sylvan Lake, AB
Need more hours and better pay.
Answered - Housewares Clerk (Current Employee) - 1711 Kenaston Blvd. Winnipeg, MB
Doesn't pay enough
Answered - Warehouse Labourer (Former Employee) - Morrisburg, ON
Answered - Cashier, Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Chelmsford, ON
The only reason I would quit Canadian Tire if was able to find a job in graphic design industry or school.
Answered - Customer Service Representative & Cashier (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON
Poor management skills on all fronts.
Answered - Apprentice Automotive Service Technician (Former Employee) - Kitchener, ON
If I were to leave Canadian Tire (Which I am about to) it would be because of the way the managers treat you.
Answered - Auto Parts (Current Employee) - Brampton, ON