Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC)

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Productive Place
Summer Student (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, ON6 February 2018
healthy workplace culture with focus on improving tasks and helping new comers to adjust on their own pace. Fun environment with recreational activities during lunch time
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Long shifts of repetitive work
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) –  Cambridge, ON27 January 2018
Great pay and benefits but it takes way to long to see any of that. Minimum 3-4 year wait before you will receive full benefits like dental and other coverage's.
Pros
free lunches, good pay
Cons
work weekends, on contract for over 3 years
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Worst place ever except for money!!!
Materials (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, ON23 January 2018
No respect is given to you as a person. They constantly bend the rules so it always benefits them! Keeps people on contract for years with no vacation time. Constantly giving s#*% to tworkers to work faster and quicker to build cars! The only reason people stay is the money!!
Pros
Money, Benefits that’s it!!
Cons
Long hours, Rules bended, disrespect, no family time, stupid hours, mandatory overtime, favortism, long contacts for years before full time. THIS PLACE NEEDS A UNION!!!
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high pressure job
Team Member (Former Employee) –  Woodstock, ON21 January 2018
time goal's and productivity are priority, second to safety and health concern's. Mandatory overtime and Saturday's and Sunday's leave you no time to spend with family
Pros
free lunch
Cons
long hours
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think about it
Assembler (Current Employee) –  Cambridge, ON20 January 2018
If you find the wage attractive, and you don't mind doing the same or more/ harder tasks for 2/3 the pay of the people making top rate which you won't earn for ten years. If you're okay with being a contract employee for the next three to five years, and the possibility of not being renewed for the next three months- every three months doesn't bother you. If you are okay doing the same elements every minute for 120 mins at a stretch. If you like being sore all over, all the time. If you're good with taking flak for every mistake, but not receiving recognition for catching mistakes. If you're okay with assisting a giant multi-million dollar corporation make another 1/10th of a cent on every unit at the expense of your body/ health. If team member favouritism and preferred jobs for senior tm's doesn't bother you. If you're good with not having a hope of advancing for 7-10 years. If you're good with all the above, apply. PAY ATTENTION at the assessment where you go in and perform the tasks in Cambridge. This is what the job WILL be like. A lot of really great people work here on the floor, there's a handful of great team leads and group leads, I hope you get one. the training to do your tasks is the best I've ever seen- but once you are certified to do a task- good luck to you. Don't be rushed into certifying on a task unless you are confident you can do it- 120 x in a row- without assistance. Be prepared to be assaulted by company propaganda while on shift. There are some perks.
Pros
good pay long term earning potential
Cons
long hours, repetitive tasks, mindless work that requires vigilant attention to detail
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management needs work
Production Line Worker (Current Employee) –  Woodstock, ON16 January 2018
management (GLs, AMs, AGMs) need to more carefully watch team supervisors. plenty of internal abuse between TLs and TMs.
Salary and benefits are good but everything else sucks
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Long contract
Team Member (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, ON5 January 2018
Long contract
4 years not hired
No benefits for contracts
No paid vacation for contracts
50% bonuses for contract workers
No pension for contract workers
Cons
Long contract
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Supervisors and Managers are the issue here
Assembler (Former Employee) –  Woodstock, ON1 January 2018
Wish that I could say that TMMC was a fantastic place to work but honestly pretty much everyone who works there are just doing it for the money.
This company has seriously lost the whole aspect of "family" and what people truly mean. They're simply about the cars out the door and they don't care about how they get them out the door.
The hours are brutal and the management/communication is brutal. Although they preach that there is no favoritism there absolutely is, and rules always seem to apply differently to each person.
They don't care about their employees and figure that if they continue to toss little raises at them it'll keep them quiet.

There is little to no recognition of a job well done or if you have gone above and beyond what you should've.
Pros
decent pay
Cons
brutal hours
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Rotating shifts
Production Worker (Current Employee) –  Kitchener, ON18 December 2017
If you don't like working rotting shots this is not the place you could like to work. Good environment but long hours and rotating shifts are hard on the body.
Pros
Pay
Cons
Rotating shifts
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Contract Work only
Applicant (Former Employee) –  Woodstock, ON15 December 2017
Only hiring for 12 week contracts. Total waste of time to apply.and application repetitive.

Rotating 2 week shifts as well and second shift ends like at 2:30 A.M.
Pros
None
Cons
Many
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Great People and Culture of Growth and Development
Administrator (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, ON14 December 2017
Everyday I feel challenged and that my contributions are appreciated. The people I work with are supportive, team oriented and always great to work with on a personal level. I have always been supported by TMMC to better myself.
Pros
Great company functions, excellent benefits, room to grow your career
Cons
Never enough time to get everything I would like to do get done
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Sacrifice happiness and wellness for $
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, ON13 December 2017
Worked here for 10 years. Both shoulders are destroyed with torn rotator cuffs. You are miserable while working here. The pain is unbearable. The juice isn't worth the squeeze.
Pros
Money
Cons
No family time, unhealthy, toxic
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Dont Waste Your Time
Line Assembler (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, ON8 December 2017
You bust your you know for them, work OT, do start up for them, and then you get hurt they tell WSIB you didnt get hurt there at Toyota and then fire you. Toyota so badly needs a overhaul of there management. You get treated like dirt, 90% of the co workers would throw you under the bus just to get a pat on the head. Needs a UNION to take care of the bull that goes on in there, but if they get one toyota would close up shop.
To top it off they dont care about YOUR safety.
Pros
Not working there
Cons
The memories of working there!
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Depressing place to work
Automotive Assembler (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, ON1 December 2017
Days were long. Management only cares about production, not about health or saftey. Management preaches a team concept but in reality they encourage the me first attitude
Pros
Good benefits
Cons
Constantly changing hours of operation
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Give your life away for 20 bucks
Production Team Member (Current Employee) –  Woodstock, ON4 November 2017
Horrible hours. Low moral. Cant even get mortgage approval because wage is the same starting wage as it was 21 years ago. Used yo be a great job. Takes 10 years to make full rate. No pension for close to 5 uears now. Never see your family and still live close to poverty.
Pros
long hours
Cons
long hours
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Family oriented company
Production Worker (Former Employee) –  Woodstock, ON13 October 2017
At Toyota I worked in materials. Loading and unloading parts from the trailers using a forklift. I also delivered parts line side with tuggers, towing a train behind me
Pros
Fast pace. Challenging
Cons
Odd hours
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Great Student Job
Team Member (Former Employee) –  Woodstock, ON11 October 2017
This job required to be able to do shift work, switching every 2 weeks. Lots of hard hands on work and great for making money before the school year. Being able to focus on a multitude of tasks with a heavy work load created an environment of wanting to finish school. Great people to work with giving good insight on not getting stuck there and to do well in school.
Pros
Free Lunches once a month and good work experience
Cons
Very laboured with bad hours.
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Great learning opportunity. Company aims to be extremely inclusive. Great people to work with.
Accounts Receivable Specialist (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, ON10 October 2017
Great people to work with. Encouraging of team work. Company offers a great meal selection in cafeteria.
Great learning experience.
Very structured but that is a great learning experience.
Great job security for someone who is TMMC contract or Full Time.
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People that work there are ignorant!
Quality Control Technician (Former Employee) –  Woodstock, ON25 September 2017
The work atmosphere really sucked. The team leaders we're ignorant and would get mad at you when you had a problem with the line. The pay system isn't really fair.
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Typical Manufacturing work setting
Production Team Member (Current Employee) –  Cambridge, ON25 September 2017
All business, extreme time management, focus on safety and quality. many different areas to the manufacturing sector resulting in different experiences for every individual.
Pros
Free lunches
Cons
long hours
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