Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – July 20, 2018
Worked as a contractor here so there was not much room for advancement for me based on those circumstances. However, my coworkers were moved up rather quickly and it is a very comfortable working environment.
Modern style of work environment; benefits are great
I was meet with all friendly professionals and I had my interview immediately after my application fill out. Everything was given to me as a outline by the manager staff. Nice place to work for Toyota North Madison
Great pay plan
It takes too long for back ground check that I end with a different employer
Salesman (Former Employee) – Poway, CA – July 19, 2018
Good Job but timing was off. I was laid off because of the lack of inventory from the tsunami's as well as the lack of traffic in the store. I enjoyed working with different people and helping people find their "perfect" car. The hardest part of the job was the difficulty with inventory and the very long hours.
salesman (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – July 19, 2018
While starting out we went through some great training and it wasn't 3 weeks of training in a class room. the training started out for a couple days learning how to sell and the online courses. my first year selling cars I made 45,000 after taxes!
Network Administrator (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 19, 2018
Was my first career job. Really saw me staying with the company until I retired. However lack of raises and lack of chance of being promoted caused me to reconsider. Many times I saw hard working qualified co workers be passed over on a promotion or hire from contract to full Toyota employee for a unqualified outside hire that was cheaper. I never felt my job was secure the contract company wanted to outsource everything and the only thing stopping them was Toyota datacenter requirements of people onsite.
Learned a lot at this job and expanded my skills
No raises, No promotions, Always looming threat of being outsourced
PARTS DRIVER (Former Employee) – Redlands, CA – July 16, 2018
Toyota of Redlands is a great place to start in your automotive career. There are many people there who have been in the automotive industry for several years, and they are always willing to answer any questions you might have.
Group Leader (Former Employee) – Princeton, IN – July 16, 2018
Toyota was a great place to work. The daily schedule was manageable. The employees were very good to work with. The pay and benefits were very good. For the most part the management was easy to work for. The policies were fair and easy to follow. The process is very well managed. Job security for the management group is not secure so be aware that pulling your Andon for help only applies to the Hourly Team Members.
Collections Agent (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – July 15, 2018
My typical day consists of outbound 1st party collection calls. Use skip tracing and judgement to try and collect past due balances and or payment arrangements. I've learned how to use the policies to help with debt collections. I update account info and use programs to research alternate phone numbers and addresses. The hardest thing about where I work is the pay and benefits. The company offers no vacation or sick hours. Pto is so minimal and the hourly pay is not enough to put in any money for a 401k. The call center is great, co-workers friendly and helpful.
PPO/Installer (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – July 15, 2018
mandatory 2 hours overtime during the week and mandatory Saturdays. job description does not tell you that, you will be performing installations. Co-workers and most of the team leaders most of them are back stabbers, will throw you under the bus and act like friends even if they had told you to do it prior getting in trouble.
Product Specialist (Former Employee) – Dothan, AL – July 11, 2018
Toyota of Dothan has been one of the very best places for me during my work history. You become a part of a family like no other. It has been several years since I worked with this great group but every time I walk into the dealership it is like walking back home.