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    Yep, same old faker dude trying to stir up shit. You're no dealer, just the same ole lame ass that has been posting his tourette syndrome for months.
    You lose, loser, you lose
    And you're a dealer? Whatever lol. Prove it if you can.

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    If you are looking for good employees, pay them properly and treat them human beings and you will get some.
    Amen to that! I have a college education and due to unforseen circumstances in my life, I'm now an employee of CT. And it took me to work at this company to find out how stupid I really am. I'm told constantly...nice eh? I like the majority of the folks I work with, but the managment leaves alot to be desired. I'm told nothing...most of it I either have to figure it out on my own and suffer the wrath of a pissed of customer...and I do not blame them one bit.
    Things like...the propane truck does not come in....but no-one lets anyone know...and I do not find out until after I have sold one....then I'm screamed at for not knowing. To work at this company you need to have a thick skin and be a seer.
    I think this will be one quick stop for me it my search for a real job.

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    Amen to that! I have a college education and due to unforseen circumstances in my life, I'm now an employee of CT. And it took me to work at this company to find out how stupid I really am. I'm told constantly...nice eh? I like the majority of the folks I work with, but the managment leaves alot to be desired. I'm told nothing...most of it I either have to figure it out on my own and suffer the wrath of a pissed of customer...and I do not blame them one bit.
    Things like...the propane truck does not come in....but no-one lets anyone know...and I do not find out until after I have sold one....then I'm screamed at for not knowing. To work at this company you need to have a thick skin and be a seer.
    I think this will be one quick stop for me it my search for a real job.
    So rather then being thankful that you're employed and can put food on your table, you whine because it's not as easy a gig you thought it was. Come on man, the company doesn't owe you anything, and the world doesn't either. You got caught in a tough spot, you accepted a position to help you out and offer your services. Do the job to the best of your ability, accept the pay, leave it at that.

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    Re: I work at canadian tire listen to what i have to say

    typical ct response

    they never take any responsibility for problems

    instead of trying to fix things - they just look for somebody else to blame - then pretend its not their fault

    this time its the employees fault - usually we hear that its the customer who is blamed

    its ok for management to scream at staff - but customers who ask for a refund or raise their voice get a trespass order

    you have to get better at being screamed at & taking the blame for management screwups - the victim is blamed again

    sounds like a nice place to work - hope you find something better soon

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    Yah well in my experience these self professed superstars who have accepted a job "below their level of qualification" are usually the worst ones. They have a perception that because they have education x, they're king of the hill. Guess what, you're not. Whatever hand life dealt you that you're now working in retail despite your glorious career or education amounts to nothing.

    You're employed, the expectation of you is the same as every other employee. work hard, do as your told, help customers, go home. You will be paid accordingly. Unfortunately, it's often the fresh out of highschool, no career experience and no college or university employees that will perform 10 times better in the same job and bitch less about it. Funny how that works eh superstar

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    Quote Originally Posted by screechymonkey View Post
    Amen to that! I have a college education and due to unforseen circumstances in my life, I'm now an employee of CT. And it took me to work at this company to find out how stupid I really am. I'm told constantly...nice eh? I like the majority of the folks I work with, but the managment leaves alot to be desired. I'm told nothing...most of it I either have to figure it out on my own and suffer the wrath of a pissed of customer...and I do not blame them one bit.
    Things like...the propane truck does not come in....but no-one lets anyone know...and I do not find out until after I have sold one....then I'm screamed at for not knowing. To work at this company you need to have a thick skin and be a seer.
    I think this will be one quick stop for me it my search for a real job.
    This is the kind of ingrate union minded handout I'm talking about! You don't like the job?!? Leave. You want more money but don't produce anything except more costs to me. Leave. You want to dictate to what you think you're entitled to, on my efforts and sacrifice to get to where I am??? Fuck right off. Get the fuck out of my store. The truth is, people like you don't amount to much. Lots more out there willing to work for their money. All you do is complain, want more money without, without, without adding anything useful to my bottom line. You're not even part of the equation. Typical union loser mentality. You don't like it, get the fuck out. Lots more like you who need a job. I doubt you lazy people have what it takes to be successful.

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    Re: I work at canadian tire listen to what i have to say

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    typical ct response

    they never take any responsibility for problems

    instead of trying to fix things - they just look for somebody else to blame - then pretend its not their fault

    this time its the employees fault - usually we hear that its the customer who is blamed

    its ok for management to scream at staff - but customers who ask for a refund or raise their voice get a trespass order

    you have to get better at being screamed at & taking the blame for management screwups - the victim is blamed again

    sounds like a nice place to work - hope you find something better soon
    You listen to the guys attitude and then defend him? "i've got a college education" "I'm looking for a real job"
    Guess what, tough break kiddo. In a tough economy there's plenty of people educated and skilled who can't find work. We hire very few of the hundreds literally hundreds that apply here for that exact reason. They've mis-managed their big bucks when they were making them as skilled trades or oil field or auto line assembly workers and now they need money in a hurry. Their true belief is that they got screwed by the system or a corporation and athat's why they can't find high paying work. They treat this type of work as "not a real job" - and their performance generally sucks....right along side their attitude.

    we can have 4 or 5 dozen generally happy employees and then some outside asshat with an attitude like this comes in and spends his time polluting others with bad attitude and negativity. Put your head down, get some work done and that's it!! You may not afford your big jacked up truck or all the perks you once could on a skilled worker wage but atleast you can afford diapers for the baby and keep the heat turned on. Make some sacrifices, change your lifestyle and deal with life as you have it today. Don't be mad at the owners because you don't like the job

    idiot

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    You listen to the guys attitude and then defend him? "i've got a college education" "I'm looking for a real job"
    Guess what, tough break kiddo. In a tough economy there's plenty of people educated and skilled who can't find work. We hire very few of the hundreds literally hundreds that apply here for that exact reason. They've mis-managed their big bucks when they were making them as skilled trades or oil field or auto line assembly workers and now they need money in a hurry. Their true belief is that they got screwed by the system or a corporation and athat's why they can't find high paying work. They treat this type of work as "not a real job" - and their performance generally sucks....right along side their attitude.

    we can have 4 or 5 dozen generally happy employees and then some outside asshat with an attitude like this comes in and spends his time polluting others with bad attitude and negativity. Put your head down, get some work done and that's it!! You may not afford your big jacked up truck or all the perks you once could on a skilled worker wage but atleast you can afford diapers for the baby and keep the heat turned on. Make some sacrifices, change your lifestyle and deal with life as you have it today. Don't be mad at the owners because you don't like the job

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    Amen to that brother. Disgruntled employees and disgruntled faker advocates can probably take a good look at themselves and question why they aren't as successful as the people around them that are. They usually don't try to better their situation, they are more content to drag people down to their level. Kind of a sad statement on what we've become in Canada-"I'm hard done by", "I deserve better", "it's not fair". Guess why all those manufacturing jobs disappeared? Guess why several US states are systematically banning unions--they protect the weak and make the state uncompetitive and bankrupt.
    The world is a changing and losers won't like it one bit.

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    The employee raised a number of valid concerns about management and their workplace.

    A major issue is management yelling at employees.

    For starters, yelling at employees is listed as workplace harassment.

    But we've seen over and over again how the Defenders will say they are above the law, it doesn't really apply to them, and so forth. Nice examples they are setting for their staff.

    Another problem is the hypocricy of the management. In another thread, the Defenders were all big & bad when it comes to customers mistreating staff:

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    Scream at a staff member, swear at her, look abusive.....it's over for you....call the cops and they will cart you away.....better get with the times moron.
    But when itís management doing the same thing to the same staff member? Then itís all OK, according to the Defenders.

    Just proving themselves to be a bunch of hypocrites. Jerks like that shouldnít be allowed in positions of authority.

    Then, we've got all the examples of management incompetence.

    How do the defenders respond? Well, blame the employee, naturally! So typical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    The employee raised a number of valid concerns about management and their workplace.

    A major issue is management yelling at employees.

    For starters, yelling at employees is listed as workplace harassment.

    But we've seen over and over again how the Defenders will say they are above the law, it doesn't really apply to them, and so forth. Nice examples they are setting for their staff.

    Another problem is the hypocricy of the management. In another thread, the Defenders were all big & bad when it comes to customers mistreating staff:



    But when itís management doing the same thing to the same staff member? Then itís all OK, according to the Defenders.

    Just proving themselves to be a bunch of hypocrites. Jerks like that shouldnít be allowed in positions of authority.

    Then, we've got all the examples of management incompetence.

    How do the defenders respond? Well, blame the employee, naturally! So typical.
    No one said they were above the law, liar.

    You weren't there so only have one side of the story. So typical of you.

    You could never be in a position of authority, so why comment on it. You don't have what it takes. You are a whiner. Better go cry to mommy.

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