Pretty straight forward.
Answered - Housewares Clerk (Current Employee) - 1711 Kenaston Blvd. Winnipeg, MB
Interview process was fair and easy
Answered - Part Time Sales clerk auto accessories (Former Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
You get an application and then they interview you and see how you are as a person.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Drumheller, AB
Just a one on one person interview with the manager asking questions.
Answered - sports representative (Former Employee) - Thunder Bay, ON
To call what I went through when I got hired an "interview" is almost a joke. As long as you can maintain a basic conversation and display that you possess at least half a brain cell, the interview will be as simple as the journey you took to walk through the front door. The only reason I have seen someone denied a job here after their interview is because the management already hired more than enough people to fill their vacant slots, but already told that person they would give an interview.
Answered - Floor Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Edmonton Alberta
The interview was standard interview question that you can find online but you should try to know information about the products they have, and remember to smile.
Answered - Customer Service Representative & Cashier (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON
They do a one on one interview with a manager ask you many questions regarding customer service.
Answered - Canadian tire cashier (Former Employee) - Barrie, ON
The interview process is easy. I just took my resume in then waited for the call, then went back in for my interview. 2-5 days later I got the call with the job offer!
Answered - Cashier, Housewares associate (Former Employee) - Napanee, ON
Sit down with the manager to discuss qualifications and suitability for the position applied for
Answered - Shipper/Receiver (Current Employee) - Calgary, AB