Pros: free lunch, free accommodation, pretty good pay, fun team members, get to meet influential people
Cons: long hours in heels, standing up and walking around, far travel distance
It was a valuable experience working with Toyota as a representative/usher. I would have to assist the big bosses of the company. This involved being a waitress, umbrella holder and product sales during opening events. A typical day at work would last 12-14 hours on feet with small breaks to eat, rest and other personal needs. My co-workers were great to work with, light and funny but always professional. The hardest part of the job were the long hours on foot. But once you get into a deal and a conversation with a client you forget about your feet. It was fun to dress up in fancy gowns, eat good food and meet with a diverse range of people. Thus, I learnt how to deal with different people, how to read a costumer to keep them happy and satisfied. I am able to talk fast and clear, also, understand thick accents, as this was required of us at Toyota. All in all, I had a great time working with them.