Make sure you know exactly what is expected of you, in your chosen job description, and if you get hired, always watch your back.
Be right to the point
Answered - Sales Manager (Current Employee) - San Bernardino, CA
Just be calm and don;t overthink
Answered - Porter (Current Employee) - Garden Grove, CA
Take a moment and educate yourself on Toyota, lean manufacturing and the Japanese culture
Answered - Human Resource Specialist (Current Employee) - Blue Springs, MS 38828
Just know it can be a short stay.
Answered - Parts Advisor (Former Employee) - Vero Beach, FL
Theres no advice particularly for this place; auto sales as a whole just is not for me. I attempted to get out of it for the longest time, finally had to just leave voluntarily and spend many months looking for something else. The hours are horrible; you expected to work every single monday, friday and saturday. Do not ask what your commissions are because they are usually not what is stated. If something happens to a vehicle that is out of your control that is taken in on trade be expected for your commissions to change. Here's one...ask for internet leads immediately. Whether you are there or not and do absolutely no work, that sale is still half yours!!!
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Midland, TX
Always be a team player and its all about Continuous Improvement
Answered - Team Lead (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
If you want to succeed at Toyota, make sure that you are self disciplined and are very organized.
Answered - Level III Support Project Lead (Current Employee) - Erlanger, KY
Relax and be transparent
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Memphis, TN
Dress code important ,
experience in car sales or sales in general .
learning the product .
get to know the sales people.
do not jump to catch a customer before your time.
be humble, friendly with everybody in the dealership it helps when you need them.
Answered - Sales Representative/Customer Service (Former Employee) - queensboro toyota ny woodside