Lube Technician (Former Employee) – London, ON – 14 December 2017
- long and fustrating -how to do oil changes and how to clean up the shop - management was poor - workplace culture was typical of a shop - hardest part was adjusting to the people and the way management overextended you around the entire shop - the cafeteria and the cafe people
Assembly Team Member (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 8 December 2017
They do not work with team member in any way at all other than what is required by law. Your job has to be number one, family after that. They demand more and more from you but give less and less. used to be a great place. quickly going away from that
Marketing Specialist (Former Employee) – National Capital Region – 8 October 2017
Sales and marketing in this company has thought us how to initiate our potentials to communicate and negotiate with different kind of people. Works free time from 8am and we can go home anytime since we are required to come back with our outside work reports.
travels and free transports
we are set to give quota every month which is a bit stressful.
Hardwork but happy, you learned to much to much training , pair to everyone, workplace is very organized because you tacktime , no idle of work, follow the rules and regulation safe working place, recieve bonus and raise.
Administrative Assistant to Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 August 2017
Received client request mail/faxes via the FacSys system and forwarded them to agents using Vista. Reviewed and forwarded response and compliance letters maintaining data in Excel and Access. Received Incoming cheques, prepared cheque requisition forms and mailed goodwill cheques to clients. Scanned, saved and uploaded incoming postal mail and priority cases in Vista to agents.
Machinist Technician (Former Employee) – Distrito de Lisboa – 10 August 2017
For Portugal, the wages earned monthly at Toyota were the best. Still, in comparison to Canada, it's kind of like slave wages. Work long hours, sometimes crazy shifts and all they pay is between 750 euros and 900 euros per month.
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 6 August 2017
Toyota is a faced pace company, with the main focus being well built cars at the quickest time possible in order to meet the needs of the customer. Provides good pay, long term pension and benefits and learning opportunities.