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I worked at Canadian Tire full-time (More than a year)
As a supply chain analyst, you get a lot of support from the training team and other co-workers on your team. A good way to practice negotiation (with vendors) and lots of opportunities to build new macros and tools.
It takes about 6 months to one year to become good at what you are doing. After that, things become a little repetitive. But they require you to be at the job for at least two and half years. Most people leave because of this.
I applied online. I interviewed at Canadian Tire (Pointe-Claire, QC (Canada)) in September 2017.
Friendly, lasted around 15 minutes. The questions weren't hard at all. It's just like having a conversation with an acquaintance. The manager takes notes and sometimes even comments on your points in a friendly way.
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