Customer Service Representative and Safety Steward (Former Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 16 September 2018
Growing up in this industry is hard, Specially when you have the wrong management team trying to help develop your skills. If you have the right people. This job would be amazing. like it has been for so many.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Surrey, BC – 17 April 2018
I learned how to interact with customers efficiently and make phone calls for increase of sales. Great staff and fun place to work. Hardest part of this job is matching colours to customers needs and the most enjoyable part is being around the staff as everyone is outgoing and funny.
Key Holder/Customer Service Representaive (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 26 October 2017
I loved working for Cloverdale Paint. Being a hard worker they were effective in keeping me from getting bored and providing many opportunities for me to move up. As well, employees feel valued at every level from CSR to management. Many opportunities for you to create or adjust your position within the company based on interest. As well Cloverdale is willing to help pursue any venture you may choose that can be related to your job such as colour consulting.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 2 May 2017
A great place to work, with a family style work environment. They also offer a great profit sharing and excellent benefits. The company is family owned, and is the last and largest Canadian owned paint company
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Airdrie, AB – 7 July 2016
the manager fired me for no reason and the way she did business was sloppy a typical day of work consisted of going in and tinting paint i learned how to mix and tint paint management didn't know what she was doing and the co workers were excellent the hardest part was being made to feel like im less of a person because i made a mistake
Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Regina, sk. – 11 February 2015
A typical day at Cloverdale Paint consisted of filling orders, taking orders, shuffling stock, unloading and unpacking stock orders, shipping out customer orders and making sure orders are picked up. I learned many things at Cloverdale from the products to getting to know each customer, I also learned how to operate a forklift. Just a few things among many other things that I learned at Cloverdale Paint. The Managment team was involved and aware of most things that were going on at the store. Although I did find that my assistant manager was much more involved in the store then the Manager was. My Co-workers for the most part were okay, although some didnt know how to work hard and others complained a lot. I only had conflicts with one co-worker that was unable to be resolved. The hardest part of my job was keeping track of the million and one tasks that I had to complete within a timely manner. The most enjoyable part of my job was talking with the customers and finding out what things could be improved.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Alberta, Canada – 18 March 2014
I love going to my job!! I look forward going to work day in and day out. My co-works are fun as well as always helping one another out when in need.Everyone is always smileing and laughing throughout the day. Since im so new they provide me with tons of on the job traning and information about certain things. The hardest part of the job i would say is the pay checks i get Bi-Weekley. Sadly thought I do not make enough, I'm barely makeing it and am looking for something that can turn into a promiseing carear.
Timmies being brought in from time to time, as well as contractors bring in the ocasstional thank you gift