On average, employees at Toshiba give their company a 3.7 rating out of 5.0 - which is 5% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Toshiba employees are Account Executives submitting an average rating of 3.1.
"Toshiba is a team oriented company. Everyone works together for common goals. Success and profitability. We never hesitated to reach out to each other for help in difficult situations. When the pandemic hit. It was a severe blow to the profitability of the company and cutbacks had to be made."
"I have grown the company revenue during the pandemic."
"The Toshiba company has spread itself thin. Much like any other company striving for a profit. However, some of the management choices and directions could hamper their bottom line. The electronics business is so fast-paced and forever changing. Shirley is difficult to execute and install software and hardware without the needed trial and burn-in period. It's the nature of the beast."
"I worked for Toshiba Business Solutions for 3 years and found it to be a very successful company in the office solutions industry. I enjoyed collaborating with managers and sales reps to create training programs that enabled employees to meet or exceed KPIs. I was often looked to for direction and recommendations for training topics and content. I would still be there if not for layoffs due to COVID."
"Good company overall with decent benefits"
"Ok company. Just became corporate. Employees were only numbers."
"Professional organization. Good salaries. Good management."
"Standard Business culture."
"No additional comment needed"
"Okay, place to work with very tight budget and no visibility on future growth!"
"The company is found by a foreign company and the culture is not as good as normal America companies. A lot of people from Japan do not have good relationships with the team."
"Toshiba has been great overall."
"great company to work for. Good and smart people with lots of new products."
"Great work culture and motivating team. Very supportive manager with an opportunity to learn something new everyday."
"I worked on a lean improvement project with Toshiba as a student consultant from NCSU during Spring 2019. I felt that the management was trying to make improvements without making too many changes. Despite various suggestions to improve its assembly line, the company did not consider most of these. Management only wanted employees to do their given jobs and not hear their suggestions. I felt there was less motivation due to the unwillingness to change."
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