Car Porter (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – December 11, 2018
Beaverton Toyota is a great company to work for. They value their employees and work with you to make the job enjoyable. Work was a nine hour shift with two 15 minute and one hour long breaks. Sunday's were slow so the time went by slowly. The normal days were very busy. You can average 15,000 steps in a day.
Must do a lot of walking - need good shoes with support
BDC Representative (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – December 6, 2018
Beware. They have there favorites and if you work your butt of it does not matter. The internet department is full of a bunch of cheaters. Faking hard work and modifying apts that sales people set... you work, and work and get terrorized by your co-workers while only one person will get praised and he is the one playing FB games on his computer and taking all inbound calls.
Things may look alright great, although the environment is horrible. From almost day one bullied and reaching to mamangerment for help. Nothing was done. The work hours are terrible. I would never suggest working here to anyone, I dreaded going to work each day because every day was a new way to pick on me and call me out.... I was screamed at called names and it brought me into a pit of depression. I love doing what I did but the people were horrible. (In the BDC sales anyway) I was told in the interview how tight not things were any everyone was like family, when I got there I knew it was the most mistake I had made. I am happy I am no longer there.
Good riddance to that negative soul sucking environment. I hope you are careful.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – BEAVERTON TOYOTA – October 26, 2018
Anyone that makes 'too much money' is fired. Managers are clueless stooges who are collectively looking over their shoulder, wondering who is next to be sacked. Run like a feudal kingdom. Should be bulldozed. What happened to the Humberstons, and Time Magazine dealer of the year? Greedy corporate bottom feeders. Sell outs.
Nice looking building, comfortable chairs for management. Free hot dogs for top employees, but they still charge you for mustard packets.
Maybe you should consider working in Colombia instead.
The only guarantee at this company is that your pay plan will change
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – October 3, 2018
Poor management, inattentive owners, ridiculous amounts of pay changes. Profit is pinched from the sales staff to line the pockets of the incompetent managers. The GM from their closed down Ford store is a real piece of work too... Do not work here, you will regret it, forever.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Beaverton – July 19, 2018
Training sucks! After that you are there all day on a 40 person rotation it could be several hours waiting to greet a customer, shake their hand, and they turn out to be a service guest (not buying) then you loose your spot ..back to the bottom you go..& that $ 3000 so called "Guarantee" Joke.. is divided into 3 checks that the IRS gobbles up.. you don't know if your on salary or minimum wage,
The internet department has their secret favorites ..just saying.. cutting costs is the priority of the dealership so they wipe out managers who know what they are doing and replace them with the new stressed out under paid inexperienced crew. (smart)? UM!!
I still work here but not for long.. all that I have said true except the dates will not be accurate as I am anonymous.. It is a constant revolving door so don't get attached to you colleagues. people that have worked there for years dedicated employees fired like nothing. The benefits also suck
They start you out with high hopes providing you ipads and iphones calling them tools for success... and then reality kicks in when you get your paycheck. just look at the sales people towards the end of the month overworked ans stressed out.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – June 8, 2018
What a wondrous place where if you work hard and have a dynamic and positive energy -you can exceed your wildest expectations in an automotive career. This employer promotes from within and genuinely cares for the emotional health of their employees.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – May 1, 2018
I enjoyed my time at Beaverton Toyota.The employees are a great group.I left looking for a new challenge.I am not sure about the direction the company is going.It is not the same as it was when started.
Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – April 19, 2018
I’ve been at another dealership, and talked to people from a ton of dealerships and I’ve seen the same thing. Lack of support. Beaverton Toyota doesn’t leave you hanging, there is a guy for everything and support everywhere you look. I feel comfortable knowing I always have help when I need it, and the managers are willing to get down and dirty with you.
Assistant Service Manager/Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – April 12, 2018
The coworkers are amazing! Drama follows any family, and this place is no acception. Like all families - there is favorites. Fast paced environment with excellent associates. You have to have drive and a positive mentality to survive. Otherwise, it will drain the life right out of you. Management will push to make more and more money. They will state that it’s “customer focus”, however, it is definitely not true. The biggest issue with Beaverton Toyota is that they pretend they are better than every other dealership. They are just the same. If the management had their way, they would charge for the air the employees breathe.
Service Coordinator BDC (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR 97005 – March 19, 2018
There were definitely pro’s and con’s, the staff was pretty amazing and friendly and it truly felt like a Toyota Family; but like a family there was always drama and a lot of stress. Sometimes work attitudes brought o real attitude and people puffing chests of all genders. There was no point in continuing to ask for a raise, even though you do the work of 4+ people. You saw lots of quiet workers that worked harder than others and picked up their slack, managers had favorites, and you weren’t compensated enough to deal with the headache everyday. Eventually just had to part ways and move onto better things. There was too many times where no one really knew what they were doing in management and rules were changing and contradictory on the daily.
Service advisor (Former Employee) – Beaverton – March 12, 2018
Toyota doesn’t care about employees all they care about is what the image of the company looks like or if they are selling parts, alignments on vehicles or any way of making money!. If you are trying to finish school or you are sick they find every excuse to let you go. They don’t listen to you when someone’s making you feel not welcomed or discriminating you! Most employees are awesome but some just show there true colors on favoriting employees.
Automotive Technician (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR 97005 – February 20, 2018
new managers came to dealership and got rid of the family aspect of the company, most of the technicians in the shop found themselves looking for other jobs due to lack of pay, quality of work, compensation for time at work. Lack of sick pay left people unable to pay bills when sick and/or unable to take vacation with families due to last of days available. The constant push for profits every month led to decreased labor rates, larger work loads and negative interactions from upper management.
coworkers are helpfull
no breaks, no reasonable time for lunches, low pay
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – January 17, 2018
With a change in management the moral has gone to down the drain. Everyone is in fear for their job, long term employees or not. If you look at the GM wrong...youre fired.... you park in the wrong spot...youre fired.... you call in because your sick. Fired. Sneeze. Fired. It's high stress and no one communicates between departments, nor takes any accountability or initiative. It's a terrible work environment.
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – November 6, 2017
Plan on working every day of the week just to make sure you meet the minimum requirement. A company that has so many processes they have no clue which day of the week they are enforcing them. The General Manager is clueless and acts like a pompous.
Technician (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – June 27, 2017
Bitter sweet situation ! You could get more help from owner,CFO,General Manager,Staff. Everyone fears from their place of employment and the stress level is high! Everyone points the finger at each other and it is your fault. The Brand is good but good luck on your future..................................
Finance Director (Current Employee) – Beaverton, OR – June 15, 2017
After 20+ years in the auto industry I am proud of the dealership I work for and that feels great! They truly care about my future and want to see me succeed. And it's great that they give me the tools and technology to do so. Beaverton Toyota is filled with long term employees which is nice to see. Sometimes work can be tough and deadlines can be tight but with the help of all my team members we get it done!
Advanced technology to make my job easier, friendly coworkers
Sales/Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – January 1, 2017
easy and fun place to work, learned lots of sales experience and management experience. working with others in sales is always a competitive and challenging position and I did well. occasional long hours was a bit hard but I its not bad when you enjoy what you do.