Compare Rogers Communications vs Canadian Tire BETA

See how Canadian Tire vs. Rogers Communications compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
3.8
(based on 2855 reviews)
3.6
(based on 1399 reviews)
Career Opportunities
3.6
3.2
Compensation & Benefits
3.7
3.1
Work-life balance
3.5
3.6
Senior Management
3.3
3.2
Culture & Values
3.6
3.6
CEO Approval
Rogers Communications Ceo Joe Natale
90%Joe Natale
Canadian Tire Ceo Stephen Wetmore
87%Stephen Wetmore
% Recommend to a friend
76%
72%
Positive Business Outlook
62%
55%

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What Employees Say

Pros
"Good benefits"(in 219 reviews)
"Great benefits"(in 191 reviews)
"Profit sharing"(in 101 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 79 reviews)
Cons
"Work life balance"(in 110 reviews)
"Upper management"(in 51 reviews)
"Minimum wage"(in 47 reviews)
"Full time"(in 32 reviews)
Featured Review

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

I worked at Rogers Communications full-time

Pros

Good fast paced work environment. Good benefits. Great staff. Opportunity to advance career.

Cons

None found it a great place to work.

Current Employee - Technology Analyst

I have been working at Canadian Tire full-time for more than a year

Pros

- Work from home opportunities in IT if not in the Security space - Good work/life balance - Management cares for your well being - Excellent co-workers from diverse cultures and backgrounds

Cons

- Slow unwieldy processes - Business rarely listens to IT's input regarding new technology - Financial crackdown currently in progress, low job security - Solution Architects are hamstrung by the... business. An example of this is spinning up a project with a vendor already selected prior to performing technical capabilities assessment. This is ludicrous.

Advice to Management

- Invest in your best resources. Hiring quality candidates is difficult for Canadian Tire due to lackluster compensation and innovation. - Actively collaborate with other IT and business groups,... much too silo'd. Stop the them/us BS politics. We are in this together. Only for upper management (VP+): - Stop spreading false claims to your employees. We know when you're lying and it only further cements the belief that you have not done due diligence. I have seen less of this recently, good progress CTC. - In the same vein, perform due diligence. Do not accept a report from your employees as patent truth. People lie in order to make everything seem rosy and to make you happy. Question everything rigorously. - Be approachable. - Meet directly with your lower level employees more instead of through management. Understand how they are delivering your vision instead of a filtered response from management. You'll be surprised. - Clean house on the people that are not performing or have jobs that can be automated.

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