Toyota Boshoku America
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Toyota Boshoku America Careers and Employment

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  • CEO
    Mr. Hidenori Ozaki
  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
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Robotic Welder in Elmira, ON
on 22 October 2021
Productive work place, always on the move
I like working at Toyota boshoku I like doing the welding, like doing different jobs ,different positions, like working with some of the ppl ther ,ppl make u feel better, They come to help you whenever u need it,management are good to us ,really good staff ,
Production team member in Woodstock, ON
on 9 September 2021
The team leaderYou have to be rude to become a team leaderThere are many complimentsThere are some managers who treat us respectfully and politely and they are the only thing that makes me not leave work yet
Assembly Line Worker in Woodstock, ON
on 8 September 2021
No work and poor co workers
Absolutely dreadful place to work, and I say work but we’re in constant shutdown. So if you actually need a job to support yourself, you’re better off at McDonald’s. Co workers are awful and the management isn’t much better. I encourage you not to join, but feel free to see what I mean if you get in.
Team Member in Woodstock, ON
on 21 August 2021
Worst Employer
Working for Toyota Boshoku is working for a company that doesn't give an ounce of concern for its employees! You're under paid for the high demand of work they expect. There's no work life balance because you never know when your going to finish or possibly work on a Saturday. You're given the bare minimum required by law for breaks. When there is no production they withhold information from you and refuse to allow you to collect EI knowing there will be no production for a few weeks. It's either take no pay, use vacation time or go into work to do pretty much nothing most of the time. Nothing is done to improve moral, only push people out the door. My advice. Find somewhere else to work where you'll be appreciated!
Team Member seats in Woodstock, ON
on 16 August 2021
Please read and consider or not you'll remain here forever
First of all, its important to understand that tbca is a stepping stone which is actually unfortunate. Just because you're older, or have QC or PC experience doesn't mean you'll be placed appropriately. You will get in and question what you'll be doing.. they wont tell you until a group leader selects you midway through orientation once you're in the dojo and they watch you work. Yup favoritism is a thing here, I was a favorite but because they didn't know I was intending on leaving I decided basically 1 week after I started(ended up staying for over 2 years), I didn't take appropriate steps up. You can be a team leader, its easy, pay attention, offer ideas, communicate you'll be fine. see how it works is, if you're likeable, responsible, reliable, punctual, you have some common sense and you're patient (because team leaders will eventually leave been proven over and over again) you'll do ok here. Its how you handle it. Behave like a child, get treated like one. Behave like an adult, get treated like that. Hate to sound negative. Management can be very understanding as the job is what it is. You can guess what it is. Many many people have come and gone in my 2 years there. Toyota handled the pandemic and part shortage very well tbh, tbca did as well. The pay is, ok, not great but ok. company caters once in a while, offers a decent amount of time off, they know its hard work. However with tbca essentially being a few years behind tmmc in terms of ease for the worker to do the jobs, it can be hard for some. They give out rewards for good behavior, like kaizen awards and quality catches. If you're a girl this will be easier. The team leaders actually do care. The people can make or break you. Decent benefits and rrsp and rrp paid for by the company is nice. People will come to a decision about you, and talk to other team members, leaders about their decisions. They may make sense, but sometimes they're wrong, and this place rewards people for being right. You can be right, but also wrong here.All in all I have to say my time at tbca was as expected. Some recognized my skills, got jealous, and I got crapped on but I also got rewarded for my skills. A few, but mostly no one talked to me really but i didn't give a talkative vibe, mainly because I heard some of the drama they caused and didn't feel it necessary to fix it as I was leaving soon anyways and figured it wasn't worth it. Bout time? nope. I stayed until I was ready to leave. You didn't make me leave. I am not the type to take things personal which is why when I heard about much of the drama said about me I did nothing as it was childish high school drama, I'm done with that. This was not a waste of time for me, as I learned a lot about myself, my limits and what I really want out of life. but mostly I was not surprised by the people there. STOP APPLYING AND WASTING TBCAS TIME IF YOU KNOW YOU CANT HANDLE IT. LOOK ELSEWHERE.

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