Brand Ambassador (Former Employee), Arlington, VA – February 6, 2013
Pros: great consumer intreactions.
Cons: very little down time.
•Submission of sales reports and market intelligence by the reoccurring daily deadlines. •Attending weekly sales and training WebEx conference calls. •Increasing overall marketing performance of Toshiba’s consumer electronics product line.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee), Langley, BC – September 4, 2013
Pros: strong competitive wages, free lunch
Cons: hard work, heavy lifting, very bland job
The hours were very good, you didn't have to arrive too early or work too late. Consisted of hard work, but as you got into the routine of things, it got easier. I learned how to update and package the TV's at toshiba. Management was fair, as you are basically on your own after you check in, although they are there and check up on you every few hours. – more... My co-workers were hard working as well, and were striving to meet the quota. The job itself was very difficult, but at the same time it was enjoyable due to the fact my co-workers were great! – less
production operator (Former Employee), Biñan City, 04A – December 4, 2014
Pros: unli rice
Cons: long hours
i enjoyed my first job in toshiba... back to back good performance to meet my promotion from operator 1 to operator 2 and last is operator 3... im happy to learned and trained first aid and basic life traing
Electrical/Mechanical Assembly (Current Employee), Houston, TX – October 30, 2014
You can expect extremely short notice of overtime and it is not an option. Once cannot schedule appointments or make plans. the pay is ridiculously low considering the success of the manufacturer. The benefits stink and are costly!
Machine operator (Former Employee), Houston, TX – June 24, 2014
A typical day , got the new order for a new part, look the specs on the blue prints, set the machine with the die and the program needed, do the test parts and adjust as necessary, check and recheck every hour that the parts are coming out good, verify with a caliper, computer program and also an arbor., When done prepare the pallets for next step. – more... Management where good, co-workers where great, we always helping each other. Hardest part when the die got damage or the machine is down. – less
Educational/Clinical Development Specialist, CT (Former Employee), Tustin, CA – June 5, 2014
Pros: travel and accommodations provided
Cons: being away from family and friends every week
Toshiba was a wonderful experience and I would still be working at Toshiba had I been able and supported to move to California from Ohio. During my tenure with Toshiba, I was able to create working environments in many CT Radiology Departments. Toshiba recognized my work and promoted me to Educational Development Specialist from an Applications Specialist. – more... They provided travel, hotel and car accommodations. There was 24 hour support from a team in California and scheduling assistance. I truly enjoyed my employment while working with Toshiba America Medical Systems.
The most difficult part of the position was travel. I would leave my family on Monday and return home on Friday. However, they provided cell phones and lap tops for work and family communications.
Co-workers were available by cell phone to support and be supported while working with customers.
The most enjoyable part of the job was working with a different group of technologists every week, traveling and having a productive feeling at the end of every week. – less
Accounts Assistant (Former Employee), Abu Dhabi, – March 19, 2014
It was a big organization, with lots of responsibilities and I loved to do the day to day works. My workmates and the staff were very friendly and cooperative. Overall the work and the work atmosphere was perfect.