"It’s been a great years working at Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation as their Parts Development and Supply Chain Management Engineer. I’m looking for a new company to challenge me and grow my skill as a professional engineer."
"They lied to me from the beginning because I answered an ad on KSL that stated if hired, there is a $4,000 guarantee per month or commission, whichever is higher. After 3 days on the job, Lance called me to the desk and made me sign an altered guarantee of $2,500 per month. I had no choice and signed it! Nowhere in the ad did it say $4,000 for inexperienced sales associates only, in fact, they don't hire inexperienced sales associates! Then after a week, I receive my first pay check and they had deducted $51 for my sales license, yet they never told me they do that?!?! I worked at Ken Garff and that wasn't done there, however Lance said, "were not big like Ken Garff, but we are better" I said "my pay check sure isn't better". They charge for any food or drink from the cafe, yet they tout in the interview how you don't have to leave the building for lunch because there's a cafe right here, but hey neglect to tell you they charge for anything you get including a small cup of coffee!!! I asked for company shirts and then found out they charge $30 per shirt so I didn't do that! After I was hired I was told I had to buy my own laptop for the job?!?!? If a company cannot provide you a computer to do your job, turn around a run! I should have known this was the wrong job when after I was hired I was told that! They should have told me in the interview! These people are not honest! And, talking to the other employees, they are miserable and are only there for their health care, which is really sad!"
"I've worked for San Francisco Toyota for the last 4 years and have learned the key characteristics of becoming a successful and persuasive salesperson. This company has taught me how to be successful by continuous training and giving the opportunity to succeed in a positive work environment."
"Very good learning environment but limited career opportunities."
"I worked at Toyota of Danvers and it was a great learning experience. I learned a good number of lessons and things to take with me everywhere in life."
"It has good compensation and a very suitable workplace to get the job done."
"I worked at Toyota Lift of Houston for about 2 years. I was hired by a previous manager, who recruited me with determination and promises. However, these promises were not realistic. I left the company to pursue a more stable opportunity. The company as a whole is a fine place to work, but I would not work for that particular manager again."
"Toyota is one of the top automobile manufacturers in the U.S.A. that produces a high quality vehicle, and I would recommend the product to anyone. Toyota paid for my education but I'm afraid their computer needs are contracted out and I'm a little disappointed in that."
"They are not a good place to work for contractors. They basically want to have their cake and eat it too. No matter how much your responsibilities change or promotions, etc expect no more than a 3% raise each year."
"Very good company to work for. Family owned and operated providing a comfortable and rewarding career."
"Good place, nice people, great environment."
"I've been employed with Toyota of Santa Barbara since 2012. I started off in a sales position and due to my work ethic and ability to follow through with tasks, I was offered a promotion after only a year. I work with over 70 other employees, and management always takes care of our needs as they arise."
"Great place to work! Good environment and friendly team."
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