Owner is the best to work with - great team of managers
Controller, Toyota of Albany, Kia of Albany (Former Employee), Albany, GA – November 4, 2013
My day consisted of daily bank reconciliations , review of all prior days receipts, postings, sales and managing staff of 5. Month end process was my favorite part - reviewing the monthly financial statement for accuracy, calculating all taxes and submitting timely.
parts advisor (Current Employee), Reading – October 23, 2013
Pros: cheap mot's
Cons: no structure
my day at work involves preparing the drivers deliveries for our trade customers which is done every morning, answering customer phone calls and placing orders for parts. It also involves a lot of sitting about and drinking tea which is not what i want to do.
management is ok, i get on well with them all.
co-workers i have a lot of time for.
hardest – more... part, i would say there is nothing hard about it.
most enjoyable part is when im up out of my seat and active dealing with customers. – less
Business (Finance) Manager (Former Employee), Hobbs, NM – October 21, 2013
Started day visiting with sales force. Learned the automobile financing business. management was very good. Hardest part of job was dealing with finance companies. Most enjoyable part was getting a salesman's deal bought
Automotive Sales (Current Employee), Nashua, NH – October 18, 2013
Pros: flexible hours and plenty of customers to help
Cons: long hours, weekend
Great place to grow and develop a good car selling career. Management will help you be successful and the pay is very good. Dealing with customer can be frustrating but selling a great product like Toyota helps.
Detail Technician (Former Employee), Des Moines, IA – October 9, 2013
Pros: 4 day work week. free lunch on saturdays
Cons: poor management, poor customer service, greedy sales people
Was only there for a year. Had fun doing my job but with the lack of supervision, my co workers got away with a lot! Would not recommend this place to anyone. Typical car dealership where sales department runs everything. Poor customer service and employer to employee communication.
Strong values, respect for people, continuous improvment
Policies & Procedures Specialist (Current Employee), San Juan, PR – October 7, 2013
Pros: culture, benefits, employment for life
In this company, you learn about the Toyota Production System, Kaizen and Toyota Business Practices. It is an amazing place to work if you are a self motivator, eager to learn and improve your everyday work. Employees have the opportunity to improve their work space in order to eliminate waste that can make their work tedious. Cross-training and the – more... advancement opportunities are always available. In my current position, communication is key. I have to communicate all changes, advances, etc., to the management team, supervisors and associates at all levels. It is a challenging and exciting workplace; one in which I am learning to develop my interpersonal and communication skills. – less
a very busy fast paced environment with many diversified responsibilities, truly enjoyed the work that i was doing, well balanced and organized staff, the hardest part was not having a manager to oversee disputes, these types of problems were not handled by my immediate supervisor