Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – London, ON – 19 June 2018
learned tons of valuable life lessons at this job. everyday developed into a routine and it became easy. the job had days where it was hard to get certain routines and tasks done. all together this job was good
people that worked their were rude and ignorant.It was very unorganized. Under staffed. At some times i was barley taught how to work there properly. i was left on my own at time when i didn't know what to do at all.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 May 2018
This job enabled me to refine my customer service skills. It also taught me patience with management and other employees. It taught me critical thinking skills in terms of space management. Working the warehouse means you have to learn how to create a neat and tidy, organised yet safe environment. I was proud by the end of the day to see a very full and messed up warehouse become full but organised and safe. This is minimum wage so it made for a good part-time job that occasionally was full time hours. There were some hazards and dangerous situations which I think should not be overlooked. I should not have done some of the things I had to do like lifting heavy skids off of one another in a shipment truck or moving skids of salt on ice and couldn't stop them well while on a truck.
Very supportive of personal circumstances for a large corp.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 9 May 2018
Enjoyed my time there very much. Very friendly staff and management. Unfortunately the floor staff have low morale as they aren't paid very well for such a demanding job. The warehouse however was very efficient and relaxed.
It ok for young people who only want to work for a year. However, it is the worst place to work. Poor management and supervisor! Some co workers r great to work with. But beware some r not! They report u if they don't like u. They find a way to get rid of u. No chance of moving up. Pay is terrible! Not worth my time and effort to work there.
Heavy lifting/warehouse worker (Former Employee) – Welland, ON – 11 April 2018
This was an interesting job i ended up quitting due to bad manager skills. A typical work day was unpacking and stocking all the inventory we had received during the day , it was a night shift so the life balance was hard to deal with.
Warehouse/Receiving Worker (Former Employee) – Grimsby, ON – 23 February 2018
Overall had a good experience working at Canadian Tire. The hours were plentiful, despite how early they could start. There were some great managers, but other ones who were... not so great. Good place to work overall, ideally as a summer job.
Very busy, fun easy paced work area met a lot of nice workers/customers. best part was when we got shipments of tire's never seen that many in 1 truck my department supervisor was scanning them and rolling them to me as I put them on to a conveyor belt.