I liked everything except the job expectations kept changing. First it was sign people up, then push the insurance and second card. All this is doable but when I’m supposed to get them to buy something that day when they already told me things like they are going to start building a house and it will come in handy I’m not going to try and get them to buy that day or when they want to wait for their building to start or for their spouse it’s wrong to convince them otherwise. I’m lucky they signed up in the first place. The final straw was when I wasn’t getting enough activations I was asked to lie and say that is how they get their 10% Canadian tire money. That’s low and untrue. The job would be great if it ended at signing people up and up selling insurance not lying and high pressure sales. They would hold on to employees if they got rid of their guilt trip
If you are outgoing , love to chat with people about the wonderful benefits of having the Canadian Tire Card or PC credit card you are a great asset to the Company and they treat you very well with very good bonuses too.
It really depends on your performance I think, I receive my first raise after a month and my second raise after a year. But my commission was so good the pay was a bonus.
The manager didn't show up, 5 of us waited at the location (one poor guy waited for 4 hours). Next day got an email saying I was hired. That pattern of horrible management is consistant though so I'd avoid applying