Compare Rogers Communications vs Canadian Tire BETASee how Canadian Tire vs. Rogers Communications compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Canadian Tire full-time for more than a year
- 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
- 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.