Production Worker - Materials Handler (Former Employee), Woodstock, ON – January 3, 2014
Pros: willingness to work ot pads the pay cheque
Cons: forced to work wknds with only 2 days notice & expected to work regardless.
Toyota has a great brand and a great business plan. They are lacking trained Managers to see this business plan truly excel; and their inability to effectively manage their team / department creates a negative environment.
Working around lots of fun and friendly coworkers and customers
Receptionist/Secretary (Current Employee), Belleville, ON – February 3, 2013
Pros: great hours
Cons: lack of room for advancement
-open up shop and answer phones, make coffee and file invoices and other documentation -learned how to operate multi line switchboard - management was friendly and listened to needs and concerns -coworkers are great, funny friendly people -hardest part of the job was staying busy on slow days -most enjoyable was the atmosphere and the people
Technician, mechanical LD (Current Employee), Kuwait – September 14, 2012
Pros: free transportation
Cons: normal working hours..ot if to much work load...
*normal working hours *learned rules and techniques when performing service maintenance Expose in quick service and mechanical work procedure in Toyota automobiles *friendly and helpful co-workers *Maintain safety-working procedure Deliver work standard operation in mechanical and basic electrical *Practice KAIZEN (continuous improvement)
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee), Cambridge, ON – August 19, 2012
Pros: great salary
Cons: shift work
Overall I loved working for Toyota. They are a great company and provided a great work atmosphere. I was only they for the summer student program so unfortunatly I have to leave the company at the end of the summer.
Business Manager (Former Employee), Dubai, U A E – August 15, 2012
Pros: going for training on race tracks
Cons: get less time to spend with family
It was a place which has given a lot of experience, especially to learn in the management position. Typically the best part was they train managers before they bring in any new thing in place, I still remember when the trainers coached us and made us do the calling to the customers and then implement the same to the staff which was a real fun loving – more... exercise. – less
Area Supervision Specialist (Former Employee), Beijing, China – July 17, 2012
Area supervision specialist deal with daily, weekly, and monthly operational reports. work cooperatively with dealers, clients, and field investigators. meeting with operational supervisors, credit analyst, and local managers.
Good Benefits and company encourages self-improvement
Sr. Treasury Systems and Projects Analyst (Former Employee), Torrance, CA – February 27, 2014
Pros: good benefits
Cons: management tend to micro manage
A typical day at work is to do the assigned work Learned about the business of Treasury Operations Co-workers are friendly and professional Hardest part of the job is accepting the company culture and the micro-managing. The most enjoyable are the benefits.
Opperations engineer (Current Employee), Kennewick Wa – February 27, 2014
Pros: great experience and enjoyable place to work
Cons: on call not many hours
Show up at the required time and seperate into groups set to accomplish various tasks and preperations needed to accomplish the assorted tasks. Ranging from carpentry, electrical, mounting and raising truss forms, building stageing and light formations or flooring for various sports, loading and unloading trucks for needed equipment. Working with enjoyable – more... people in a healthy well mannaged industry. Fairly simple work while still physically challenging – less
Appointment Coordinator (Former Employee), West Roxbury, MA – February 24, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: cost of healthcare
I looked forward to going to work. I looked forward to solving new challenges that each day had to offer. I enjoyed working with the staff and the customers. I found the job had a lot of multi-tasking which I enjoyed. Scheduling appointments, seem to have more challenges than meets the eye. Each customers situation differ in ways. Prioritizing jobs – more... and customers needs was the toughest challenge of my daily job requirements. I enjoyed working at Prime Toyota. – less