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    Far from the retail gutter CT Manager. Remember we were the students who outsmarted the likes of you and your rules day in and day out and actually ran the place to our liking. We end up in the ivory tower dreaming up ways to pinch more efficiency out of you and add more bonuses to our fat 6 figure salaries. You'll be there for the rest of your life stocking shelves and changing price tags. Sad to say, but that's really the limit of your potential.
    Pardon me? You replied to the wrong person

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    Re: Stupid return policy to hide employee theft?

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    Far from the retail gutter CT Manager. Remember we were the students who outsmarted the likes of you and your rules day in and day out and actually ran the place to our liking. We end up in the ivory tower dreaming up ways to pinch more efficiency out of you and add more bonuses to our fat 6 figure salaries. You'll be there for the rest of your life stocking shelves and changing price tags. Sad to say, but that's really the limit of your potential.
    Fuck you man. I make more than you think, have a home, wife and kids and put food on our table day in and day out. I like retail and they treat me good. But fuck wads like you make it tough with all the extra reporting I have to do to nail you and then you still get away.

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    Re: Stupid return policy to hide employee theft?

    I've seen managers do that alot. Loading alot of stuff like propane tanks on to their trucks, lawn mowers, and pressure washers.

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    ya ya so what if we use a few things for the weekend??? It's one of the perks of the job. You don't see me going to your office job and making a big deal if you print something for personal use. Do you?!?! That's cmpany paper, ink and time that you're stealing. Ever think of that? The stuff we borrow is brought back in good condition with no one the wiser. Don't tell me that nothing like this ever goes on at your work. Just look at the recession now. Do you think it was caused by office jerks doing their job? Or were they helping themselves to the company credit card so to speak. Don't tell me that a little weekend product testing is so bad that it can be compared to bigger disasterss like that.So keep on calling the kettle black.

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    Personally I have been management in 3 stores and not once have I ever come across anyone "borrowing" large products like your claim for personal use. Service for example have been known to "store use" products like oil, wipers, cleaning supplies, washer fluid, and fans, electrical cords, light bulbs, tapes, staples, staplers, etc for the store. Never have I seen anyone "borrowing" lawn mowers, pressure washers...

    I would sure like to work in these stores to see this for myself.

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    Re: Stupid return policy to hide employee theft?

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    Personally I have been management in 3 stores and not once have I ever come across anyone "borrowing" large products like your claim for personal use. Service for example have been known to "store use" products like oil, wipers, cleaning supplies, washer fluid, and fans, electrical cords, light bulbs, tapes, staples, staplers, etc for the store. Never have I seen anyone "borrowing" lawn mowers, pressure washers...

    I would sure like to work in these stores to see this for myself.
    big or small you borrow it all. So ct manager, are you saying that borrowing just happens with the small stuff like screw drivers and clamps? Believe in santa clause all you like sir, the fact is a few things slip out the store when you look the other way . Are you also saying that employee theft, till skimming etc. doesn't happen? Personally, I think you know a bit more of the shady stuff going on in the stores. Three stores you managed, you say? Were you borrowed for other store openings/ staff shorts or were you floated around because no one wanted you?

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    Re: Stupid return policy to hide employee theft?

    What's wrong with borrowing? Our manager let's us do it all the time.

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    Re: Stupid return policy to hide employee theft?

    Borrowing, theft and the like is against our store policies written clearly in the employee handbook "The Canadian Tire Way". Every employee at the store has read it and takes it seriously. We have alot of procedures to prevent theft and nothing like that has ever EVER happened in all my years as a Manager. So you're lieing annd manking up stories. Our employees are good hard working people who give 110% day in and day out serving the needs of the community. And contribute more than the people who complain about our store and our work and the things we sell.

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    Employees so good that they will kill because they feel like it. Google it! On top of lying, stealing, intimidating older customers and so on.

    It's amazing how the garage keeps on replacing good parts during car maintenance and repairs. Ever wonder what happens to those parts. That's right they keep them for the after sales market. Nice little profit on the mechanic side and the store makes a few more sales. So who's getting hurt?

    As for retail it's a free for all. On top of borrowing things and managers and employee padding hours they have access to the credit card info used for purchases. Think your info is safe? Think again. Most employees will take a few things here and there and will be back to school in a few months. But the long term guys is who you have to watch out for. See they know they're stuck in a shitty job and can't go any where else in the world. Their wandering eye is always out for a quick buck like the auto side.

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    Re: Stupid return policy to hide employee theft?

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    Employees so good that they will kill because they feel like it. Google it! On top of lying, stealing, intimidating older customers and so on.

    It's amazing how the garage keeps on replacing good parts during car maintenance and repairs. Ever wonder what happens to those parts. That's right they keep them for the after sales market. Nice little profit on the mechanic side and the store makes a few more sales. So who's getting hurt?

    As for retail it's a free for all. On top of borrowing things and managers and employee padding hours they have access to the credit card info used for purchases. Think your info is safe? Think again. Most employees will take a few things here and there and will be back to school in a few months. But the long term guys is who you have to watch out for. See they know they're stuck in a shitty job and can't go any where else in the world. Their wandering eye is always out for a quick buck like the auto side.
    You have quite the imagination. Perhaps you should try putting that to better use; making movies.

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