car manufacturing (Former Employee) – Pulong Sta cruz Sta Rosa,Laguna – March 21, 2016
always come early with good health and follow to all safety rules and regulation, that is good step for good relation between the company and management even my co worker need to assist,help and respect,when i facing the hardest job i think first for my safety and ready my self to do it good because its a pleasure for every worker if finest the work with safe and complete that the part of the job that make you enjoy.
SERVICE ADVISOR (Former Employee) – Manila, AR – March 20, 2016
At toyota everything is at standard, good time and day to work, co workers are good.. Everyday is dealing with new people, you have to be approachable & friendly..Salary is standard.. I love being friends with my customers, thats what it is as a service advisor.. I left the job because of low salary, I need more income for my family..
Kelly Temp (Former Employee) – Georgetown, KY – March 18, 2016
I worked night shift so job work and life balance made my social or personal life slim to none. I did not get paid well at all, considering my job title and this is union which you have to work at a long time to go up to regular pay. The benefits were not bad though. Job security was good but advancement, again took entirely too long.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 16, 2016
Overall it's a good company to work for, the benefits are excellent as well as the compensation. However there is no work life balance, team members work an average of 55 to 63 hours a week depending on if there are any part shortages or equipment issues and the supervisors you can add another 10 hours or so to that.
Car tint contractor (Former Employee) – phillipines – March 11, 2016
i am a car tint installer in the phillipines ,, for 6 years ,, ilove this job ,, i guess that what matters rigth?,, i have a kind and nice co-worker ,, but the management has a problem on delayed salary ..
Senior Product Operations Administrator (Current Employee) – Torrance, CA – March 6, 2016
Dynamic work environment that encompasses many facets of various projects with each day bringing something different. Interfacing with multiple vendors, assisting with brochure development, reporting out monthly goals and objectives to top level management, organizing brand events, critical thinking to solve problems, helping team members with challenges, and always ensuring customer satisfaction levels are exceeded. Driven and motivated to strive for excellence at every level.
Flexible hours, short commute, safe environment, gym, on site lunch, company shut down for holiday break, pension, medical & dental benefits
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Georgetown, KY – March 3, 2016
Toyota Motor Manufacturing is an excellent place to be employed. I was merely employed through temp agencies during my education, but it was still an amazing place to work. The culture is extremely positive and supportive. At the time I worked there, it was telling to hear that there was an extensive wait list for full-time employment on the shop floor. That tells you something about the balance of work, compensation, and benefits.
Quality Production Analyst (Former Employee) – Princeton, IN – March 2, 2016
Testing parts, function, and driveability on all vehicles to assure the customers satisfaction with each and every vehicle we produced. Making necessary repairs to any non functioning parts before any vehicle left the production line
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – March 2, 2016
This company has a revolving door that's constantly spinning. This constant turnover of employees is due to perception and reality of the pie in the sky theory is just not so. The simple math does not equate success for all.
Good product to sell
Life, family and anything un job related is irrelevant
Fleet Manager (Current Employee) – Cerritos, CA – February 28, 2016
It is a very fast paced environment. The managers will push you to become the greatest version of yourself. They will - undoubtedly - help you succeed. The other employees, the co-workers, are great to work with, but it is also a very competitive environment.
Great coworkers. Great managers. Helps one grow their professional and personal skills.
Toyota was a fast paced environment. You had a quota to meet everyday and you had to meet it. I made life long friends and learned a trade. Machining parts with CNC machines was a great learning experience and am better off knowing I helped produce engines for 10's of thousands of cars.