Full time Team Member (Current Employee) – Buffalo, WV – 21 July 2017
Working at an assembly plant, especially during the night shift is HARD on families, divorce and infidelity is common. If you are single this is not an issue, however, for those with families, you have been warned.
Very nice environment with opportunity to advance your career
Consultant Administration (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 March 2017
Spent 8 year with the company and really liked my time over there.
This company provided me with experience as a receptionist, managing accounts, filing, ordering supplies for office, catering for events, & learned lots of vehicles. I learned about vehicle inventory, fleet vehicles, trading vehicles, vehicle accessories, and registering vehicles.
good money, not great if your are looking for a career
TEAM MEMBER (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 15 February 2017
Working at Toyta is not what it was 8 years ago. It used to be $24.50 to start with, now is $20. It used to be 5 years to reach full rate $33, now its 10 YEARS!, to become full time is 3.5+ years. so no vacation, no dental, no seniority in between. They do shut down the plan for a week in July and week and a half in december, but if you are from out of the country and wanna take 2 weeks to visit your family friends....good luck.
Management is great, very laid back and always trying to make the job easier on you. Advancement opportunities are awful, youd be looking at 7+ years to even qualify for team leader (its all based on seniority)
Great place to work extremely welcoming and safe place to work
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 19 January 2017
A typical day working at Toyota was exciting, hard working, productive and enjoyable. I was able to learn a lot about the company and what it has to offer. This includes how the vehicles are built as well as the standards that needed to be enforced when reviewing the quality of the finished product. The company has provided a very professional and clean atmosphere for their exceptional management team as well as all staff. The hardest part of the job was working on the concrete flooring for long periods of time. And the most enjoyable part of the job was having the satisfaction of sending out reliable, safe and durable vehicles.
Line Worker (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 10 January 2017
If you like waking up in the morning and being sore this is the job for you! Poor management and co workers are miserable, long hours and repetitive work, management only cares about making parts and not the well being of the employees, people are not welcoming.