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The Brick - Loading and Stocking Salaries in Canada

Salary estimated from 464 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: July 30, 2020
Entreposage et logistique
Average Salary
Salary Distribution
30 salaries reported
$50,000 per year
$20,300
$67,400
5 salaries reported
$16.00 per hour
$10.15
$33.70
3 salaries reported
$20.20 per hour
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14 salaries reported
$16.58 per hour
$10.15
$33.70
4 salaries reported
$12.90 per hour
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7 salaries reported
$14.97 per hour
$10.15
$33.70
6 salaries reported
$14.90 per hour
$10.15
$33.70
6 salaries reported
$17.04 per hour
$10.15
$33.70
11 salaries reported
$16.86 per hour
$10.15
$33.70
15 salaries reported
$15.31 per hour
$10.15
$33.70
9 salaries reported
$16.26 per hour
$10.15
$33.70
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How much does The Brick - Loading and Stocking in Canada pay?
Average The Brick hourly pay ranges from approximately $12.90 per hour for Manutentionnaire to $20.20 per hour for Entreposeur(euse). The average The Brick salary ranges from approximately $29,000 per year for Material Handler to $50,000 per year for Delivery Helper.
Salary information comes from 464 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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What people say about working at The Brick
  • 3.0
    one of the hard days
    - the client is not dealing with anyone! - the store manager is arguing with the driver! - nobody cares that there are traffic lights! - they are not dealt with by the police, they only carry out local deliveries - hourly wages promise everyo...
    Delivery Driver (Former Employee)
    Mississauga, ON - 20 May 2020
  • 4.0
    Sales Competitive
    Must be willing to listen to customers needs and help find the right product and know all the benefits of each item. Follow Up with customers on a daily basis.
    Corporate-Sales Retail Associate (Former Employee)
    Canmore, AB - 20 March 2020