Finance Director (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 17 May 2018
This is one of the biggest auto groups in Canada and as such has huge advancement opportunities with many of it's senior management coming from internal promotions. Even though they are a big group they always make you feel like family and make sure you have time for your family. I highly recommend working for this group.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 30 December 2016
very good steady work, however it is hard long hours. it was difficult to have a social life as i worked 45 mins away. The contracts also last 3 1/2 years, so be prepared to have a performance review every 3 months.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 21 December 2016
TMMC is a good company for single employees, but you have no chance of advancing a form a career (not in less than 7 years). You have no vacations for 3+ years until you become full time. Wage used to be 24.5 starting 5 years ago, now is 20.21
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Lewisville – 15 December 2016
I believe that Toyota is a great Company to work for, in every sense. I am at the Lewisville Center, in Texas. 98% of co-workers are great, managers are great. You know that your work is appreciated, and that your supervisor is there to support you. The pay is excellent, and the benefits are so much better then a lot of other companies. I am truly happy at Toyota.
Sales & Leasing consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 December 2016
Good dealership with culture and business goal and excellent customer service environment. Saturday selling and will get double bonus who sell minimum 2 cars. I was excited and sold 7 cars in one day and received $$$ If any one of us was absent or busy, we support each other so customer is always posted with attention Again to sell and provide 1delivery to customer with good customer feedback. It was wining and enjoyable.....
Project Manager/Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 December 2016
Culture is slow and male-dominated. Surprisingly tedious and backward processes given that its manufacturing arm is famed for the opposite. Difficult to beat salary, incentive pay and benefits - union avoidance strategy.
VEHICLE LOGISTICS CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 16 November 2016
Management is more concerned with bottom line and not the employees well being. They do not address bullying or any other concerns the employee brings to them. Training doesn't happen; they expect employees to train themselves..
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 29 October 2016
It is a horrible place to work you are on contract for 3 and a half yeats to 4 years. The new pay structure contracts make 15 dollars an hour less doing the same job as the person beside you. When you're body starts to fail because of the very fast paced repetitive work they don't give two bleeps. For the Christmas lunch they take away 5 minutes of you're break for 3 days to make up for the extra 15 minutes you receive to eat mass made junk. But ....Toyota cares lol my a..
Industrial Equipment Electrician (Current Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 8 October 2016
All they want is for you to work the legal limit of 60 hours per week. If you want to make some serious money than this is the place for you. Keep in mind skilled trades are a cost to them and you will be treated with little respect by everyone else.