The probationary period is usually 3 months.
3 months nothing above the norm
Answered - Parts Advisor (Current Employee) - Edmonton, AB
3 months is the minimum
Answered - Associate Clerk (Former Employee) - Fort Saskatchewan, AB
3 months is the maximum probationary period within the same department
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON
The maximum probationary period within the same department is 3 months, after that your solid and pretty secure, just do not gossip to anyone, not worth the drama
Answered - Mechanic (Current Employee) - Brampton, ON
The manager will teach the new employee want need to be learned on the department and will be given a until 3 months probation.
Answered - stocker (Former Employee) - Slave Lake, AB
Three months (ninety days)
Answered - Front Lot Maintenance (Former Employee) - Brampton, ON
3 months before a raise and interview
Answered - Tire Technician (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB
90 days is generally the normal amount of time when hired at previous stores.
Answered - Auto Parts Clerk/ Back Window (Shop) (Former Employee) - Windsor, ON
The probation period is 3 months
Answered - Department Manager (Former Employee) - Alliston, ON