Canon Canada Inc
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About the company

  • CEO
    Nobuhiko Kitajima
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Trainer, Sales in Brampton, ON
on 5 November 2020
Stagnant company that exists in it's own bubble
This is a safe, stagnant place to work where long-term employees (25-35 years on the job) are just waiting to retire. Everyone is trying to protect their job and nobody wants to take a risk. Very old school, typical Japanese company. This is definitely not a progressive environment and it really is a bubble that is ignorant of the outside business environment.
Senior Business Development Specialist in Richmond, BC
on 30 March 2021
life-balance job
I love how independent I can work.The management team holds you back, supports you when you have questions; the team is collaborative and helpful. You must have an independent approach to succeed; no one will be watching you all the time, your numbers must tell your efforts.
Service Technician in Richmond, BC
on 5 December 2020
Lovely customers but maleficent management
Lovely customers, but the office atmosphere was dull. Also, the managers at this location were maleficent, repugnant, and confused. Management are dimwits and they try to pull you down with them.
Business Development Associate in Calgary, AB
on 7 November 2020
Not what it seems
Easily the worst part of the job is the constant micro managing and it has gotten worse since COVID. They will promise you base accounts but it’s 95% hunt. Printers are a declining market and the competitors seem to always have lower prices. Base pay is very low and they combine your car allowance in there so if you are unlucky and get a territory far away then you are on the losing end every time. Commissions are not much better it’s only a couple hundred dollars per copier. Benefits are mediocre at best, you buy into it with your health spending account and in the end your HSA doesn’t exist. As a sales rep you are required to usher the entire sales process all the way to training the customer, this takes away a lot of your time to go out and sell and then they wonder why sales are down. There is far more admin work involved than actual selling. Lots of red tape with HQ in Ontario and very hard to get approvals. They make you generate daily excel reports and crm updating that management doesn’t actually look at but require you to do so anyways so they can “see” you are “working”, huge waste of time again. As a commercial rep start off selling to small businesses that don’t really need or care for printers and if you are lucky you get a sale it’s just 1-2 units a month (after being turned away 100-200 times). If you make it to corporate sales then it is more comfortable and pays better BUT there are hybrid corporate-lite reps there who eats away at your medium sized business sales in YOUR assigned territory in turn making it harder for you to move up. Very high turn over rate. Most of the management are comprised of previous sales reps that are now on a power trip. I honestly wish someone was this brutally honest with me before I started working here, you can’t make this stuff up. BEWARE. If you are prepared to do more admin work than selling, ok with minimum wage level base salary, constantly being micro managed, pay your own benefits, gas, and maintenance, make 30+ calls a day AND make a detailed report about every call, rake in a few hundred dollars a month in commission, lose big fish to “corporate” reps, get “managed” by unqualified managers then THIS JOB IS FOR YOU.
Order Processor in Mississauga, ON
on 1 October 2020
Not good
Big name company but very partial to certain employees. Difficult to move up ladder or department unless part of the favouritism group/community.No work/life balance and stressful to get time off and vacation approved

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