Overall Reviews at Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd
Sales Manager | Danforth, ME | Dec 27, 2018
Experience as management
You have learnt a lot from them . it’s a good place to start as a new immigrant a lot to learn and prepare you for other jobs you want
Go for ito would say to anyone
ProsFriendly co workers Manage your availabilities
Implementation Specialist | Ontario, CA | Jun 4, 2018
Great People but stressful
-Great place to learn
-Good support if make good connections
-hard to advance to next role
-great communication from senior management, with a great vision
Automotive Technician | Columbia, SC | Nov 1, 2018
Lots of turnover
Was a good place to start my apprenticeship. They started me off with a basic tool set , taking small amounts off my pay cheque to pay it back so it was magagable. Starting you off breaking down tires, mounting and balancing , oil changes, bulb replacements and basic inspections . The benefits are terrible and getting 2 fillings a yr would max it out.. no eye coverage. Canadian tire works off seniority and the best jobs are given to the techs that have been there the longest they pick and choose what they want to work on and the left overs are given to the newest employee'd . You have to pay to go to your own xmas party . No positive feedback was ever given.
Pros$25 hr guarantee
Customer Service Representative | Ontario, CA | Aug 27, 2019
productive and fun place to work
As a supply chain analyst, you get a lot of support from the training team and other co-workers on your team. A good way to practice negotiation.
It takes about 6 months to one year to become good at what you are doing. After that, things become a little repetitive. But they require you to be at the job for at least two and a half years. Most people leave because of this.
Customer Service Representative | Cambridge, MA | Mar 4, 2019
good place to work ati would recommend to start up ypur career with this great company and it has a lot to offer you as a employee
i better suggest you to go there and grow within the corporation
Automotive Technician | Ontario, CA | Sep 1, 2018
It was fun working in the shop at Canadian Tire but, it was for CO-OP in grade twelve so I did not get to fully understand the workplace. I was there for half of each day working away and it was a great experience, I learned alot there that will help with my next job.
Compliance Officer | Toronto, OH | Dec 23, 2019
Too much politics
I talked to a gentleman who was there, we were meeting randomly, he quit. he feels the same thing I had there.
too much politics, the annual assessment is subjective.
I prefer not to write much.
I learned good computer skills.
Proswork time, you have freedom in your actions to accomplish you tasks on time
ConsToo much politics, annual assessments are subjective
Automotive Technician | Service, MS | Jun 17, 2019
Most enjoyable part of the job was being able to arrive at work daily, knowing that the people I work with are great people and make the day easier. I was able to learn a lot in my years of employment that I can now take and apply to other jobs.
Service Advisor | Alberta, VA | Apr 3, 2019
Management is absolutely terribly at Canadian tire 637. They expect people to work like brain dead slaves and make them the upper management as rich as possible while the hard working workers get zero incentives.
Constoo many to list in detail
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Selkirk, NY | Oct 12, 2018
Busy work environment
Many different departments to choose friendly people busy work environment nice managers lots of customer interaction lots to learn about different products