Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada
Happiness score is 46 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Frank Voss
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
  • Headquarters
    Cambridge and Woodstock
  • Link
    Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada website
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Forklift driver and material handler in Cambridge, ON
on 22 June 2022
Good wage bye bye life
If you have a family or any social life at all then this is not the place for you. Switching back and forth to different shifts is very stressful on the human body and mind.
Manufacturing Operator in Cambridge, ON
on 28 June 2022
Very fast paced work.
I always wanted to see first hand how vehicles are manufactured.At first I was amazed the way set up is implemented.Very thoughtful and effective.But in the end employees were the one paying heavy price.They (management) pushed us to breaking point.Could even hardly go to bathroom with out calling team leader.Atrocious is mild therm.Have been in skilled trade my whole life.Never ever I would go back to Toyota.They ran people to ground, like 🐎.
TEAM MEMBER in Woodstock, ON
on 22 June 2022
Make sure you are a favorite!
Favoritism is huge that the Toyota plants. If you are not one of the favorites be prepared to get treated like you are trash. The pay scale is a disgrace. You are forced to work overtime. If you get hurt they send you to the Toyota doctor in the plant that will tell you nothing is wrong and send you back to the line. I have life long injuries from this place and nobody ever took me seriously. Goto cami.
Team Member in Woodstock, ON
on 22 June 2022
Long hours, hot facility
Facility is hot, employer doesn’t leave fans on during breaks or down time so when you come in it’s just hotter the heck. Management can be a hit and miss, most GLs are there to make more money and will believe TLs over TMs over issues. For example: quality issue I flagged & TL ignored, GL got notified It was missed, TL knew exactly when it was and instead of saying something he tried to throw me under the bus. Always write down the car number of defects so it doesn’t come back to haunt you. Don’t trust easily.
Team Member in Cambridge, ON
on 20 June 2022
Very poor environment!
They try to promote a “team” environment and we are far from that. It’s everyone out for themselves and it’s all purposely done by management to keep a union out.Poor communication and lack of respect for employees.

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