Customer Service Representative/Cashier (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 November 2013
A Typical day at work would be not to busy. Being my first job, I learned many things. I acquired cash handling skills and great customer service skills. Management was horrible though. Co-workers were good but a tad bit too gossipy. Hardest part of the job was having horrible managers and no advancement whats so ever. Most enjoyable part was the experience I got.
I'm the assembler and get paid for assembling each item. If the item is defective I don't get paid and no compensation for MY time unwrapping it and dealing with the trash and I have to start over on another identical item hoping it isn't also defective. Items I don't normally assembly (concrete mixer, lawnmower for example) I usually get shorted on my pay. I'm expected to deal with customers for free ( free labour for CT) A good week for me is no errors on my pay.
Tire & Lube Technician (Former Employee) – Olds, AB – 22 May 2018
i found that a job here is easy to get but there is no period of training or managment to put u in the right direction. the other employees are nice to start but u get treated like a peice cause u dont know the floor layout and where everything is on your first day.