Toyota

Working at Toyota: Company Overview and Reviews

Toyota
Toyota
3.9
3868 reviews
Toyota Ratings
3.9
Average rating of 3868 reviews on Indeed
3.4Work-Life Balance
3.7Pay & Benefits
3.5Job Security & Advancement
3.4Management
3.6Culture
Headquarter
Plano, TX
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
More than $10B (USD)
Industry
Auto

Popular jobs at Toyota

 Average SalarySalary Range
Car Sales Executive
6 Salaries reported
$14.33
per hour
$7.25-$21.50
Sales Representative
2 Salaries reported
$2,500
per month
$1,200-$3,800
Customer Service Representative
68 Salaries reported
$13.84
per hour
$7.25-$22.90
Receptionist
70 Salaries reported
$13.63
per hour
$7.25-$20.65
Automotive Technician
16 Salaries reported
$24.01
per hour
$7.25-$48.75
Salary Satisfaction
65%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 2736 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at Toyota

5.0
Diver | Plano, TX | Jan 9, 2019
Respect for People & Continuous Improvement
If you want a place where you can make connections with smart, hard-working, collaborative people - Toyota is the place for you! The company is not only innovative, but PEOPLE FIRST is a philosophy the company lives and breathes.
ProsGreat work culture
ConsAdvancement opportunities are not easy because people don't leave the company.
4.0
Senior Portfolio Manager | Los Angeles, CA | Jan 2, 2019
Great place to work
It's a privilege to work at a fortune 100 company. Excellent company to work for. Their new Plano, Texas headquarters is huge. The company has great culture and work life balance
5.0
Inventory Manager | Williamsburg, VA | Nov 29, 2018
Inventory
Like it, very much staff and employees were very nice Hours are normal. Health and benefits are about average. Vacation pay is a week after one year of employment.
ProsFree lunch
ConsHealth care
5.0
Accounts Payable Clerk | Torrance, CA | Jun 25, 2018
Excellent benefits
Most enjoyable part of my job-Customer Service. Toyota provides excellent benefits such as medical, paid vacations and sick ,9/80 employee schedule.Provide good training to employees.
3.0
Business Development Center Representative | Union City, GA | Apr 27, 2018
nothing to say
I have nothing to say about the company that did not care about the loyal employees enough to make sure they where taken care of in the sale of the company.
4.0
Appointment Coordinator | Franklin, TN | Dec 2, 2019
Good Company
Worked in the Service Department. It was a very busy Department. As long as you are taking care of the customers management is happy. They do not micro manage the staff. The only reason I left is because I moved out of state.
3.0
Senior Customer Service Representative | Richardson, TX | Jan 23, 2019
A True Commission Position
Here you are assigned a schedule per team (2) an alternating workday schedule ie. Team A - M/W/F 8:30 am - 6 pm, Tu/Thu 12 n - 9 pm. This switches the following week. Sat 8:30 am - 9 pm is mandatory for all. You stay until the deal is done. Which means work life balance suffers. Only 1 day off weeks 1 & 2.Neve a Mon or Fri. You receive training on a regular basis, but the success is not measured at the store level. Management controls the sales flow. Individuals are there to carry do just whats told to them. The idea is to work as a team, however everyone competes for the same customers. Mandatory to make over 100 outgoing sales calls as the absolute minimum, 125-150 are preferred. Management at the top levels remains constant and set in old ways of business. Middle managers change frequently and are sub-par and unprofessional.
ProsUnit Bonus levels for achieving 10+ to start
ConsJust about everything else
4.0
Clerical Worker | Santa Monica, CA | Mar 4, 2020
Good placebo work at
Everyone here is friendly and always willing to help. Everyday was different as the customer were different. Some days were easier than others but overall the same.
1.0
Account Representative | Copperas Cove, TX | Aug 6, 2019
never again
this is another terrible call center to work for in central texas. the managers accuse agents of sleeping with one another. managers get jealous of agents and cause issues or sabotage equipment. managers bring alcohol to work and get away with it
5.0
Administration Executive | Torrance, CA | Jul 5, 2019
Toyota Is a Great Company to Work For
A typical day at Toyota involved: Arrive early, check Management Calendars and assure all appointments are in alignment and properly supported via webcam, video conference, Zoom, etc. . Plan day with Franklin Planner and check email for pertinent directions to execute a variety of projects. . Work fervently on the top priority projects and coordinate accordingly. The culture at Toyota is top notch. Respect and trust are at the core of their culture. There is no wonder that it is the #1 automaker in Fortune's World's Most Admired Company List. There was a work hard play hard environment in the Product Quality Service Support Department. Which made the work environment an amazing place to function in. There were very few difficult situations in my career at Toyota. The toughest part of my employment there was their decision to move the corporate offices to Plano Texas, which did not align with my personal preferences in life.
ProsGreat benefit package, lease car program
Consrelocation to Plano, TX

Questions And Answers about Toyota

If you were in charge, what would you do to make Toyota a better place to work?
Asked Dec 9, 2016
I will be nice with everyone in the company
Answered Feb 14, 2020
When some one gets sick not count points against them its not right
Answered Feb 13, 2020
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Toyota? What are the steps along the way?
Asked Aug 10, 2016
At Tmmk here in Georgetown Ky, it could take anywhere from a year to 6 months. And that's just to work through Kelly's service. On average after hired through Kelly's around 1-3 years before you're a full time Toyota member straight through the company. But until then benefits and pay are still substantial.
Answered May 20, 2019
4 interviews
Answered Jun 7, 2018
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Toyota?
Asked Aug 10, 2016
Keep your head down , save every dollar you can and build wealth fast so you can get out before you destroy your body.
Answered Apr 16, 2019
Depends on the dealerships, Braintree not great
Answered Dec 21, 2018
What benefits does Toyota offer?
Asked Feb 25, 2016
Health, dental, vision time paid off
Answered Sep 4, 2018
Health, Dental, Vision, 401K
Answered Dec 6, 2017
What advice would you give the CEO of Toyota about how to improve it?
Asked Oct 24, 2016
Maybe think about re-evaluating the 2week days and nights takes a toll on the body. Maybe 3weeks days then nights or just say shift and night shift or just run strictly days so you can give machinery a rest around night prolong life of all machinery in plant tuggers and forklifts
Answered Mar 27, 2020
Returning applicants should be allowed to be Rehire when trying to continue there career with TLS in Newark, NJ. Regardless of the time gap given having to wait 9 or 10 years to reapply. This is so unfair.
Answered Aug 18, 2019