Coop Student (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 20 January 2018
This plant is the biggest among the places I worked so far, owns all kinds of machines and equipment a plant can possibly have. The policy is pretty relaxed, open for any new ideas and welcomes all kinds of positive contribution if anyone wants.
Although a little bit of politics found here and there, but apart from that it is a great place to work.
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.
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.
Production (Current Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 19 July 2017
On the plus side, from day one you will know exactly what you'll be doing in 30 years. On the down side, from day one you will know exactly what you'll be doing in 30 years, if you make it that long that is. Hours can be long, jobs are repetitive and your body is not pleased with the work. Must be able to sleep soundly during the day. Depending on what career background you are coming from it might be a walk in the park. It's not for everyone.
Not what you think it is no matter what ppl think.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 17 July 2017
Not a great place to work. Hours are long and pay is not great for what is expected of you. With the grow in wage it takes 10 years to make what others are making around you. Also to become for time it is taking up to 4 years on contract so that means not receiving full benefits, or pension until you are full time. I would not recommend this place to work for anyone.
Acting Customer Relations Head (Former Employee) – Philippines – 4 July 2017
Very Competitive company and workplace is manageable. All the staff are hardworking and will learn a lot from automotives. learned a lot of customer service handling problems and solutions to our clients, gained a lot of knowledge in terms of customer service satisfaction.