Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC)
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Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC) : carrières et emplois

À propos de l'entreprise

  • PDG
    Frank Voss
  • Date de création
    1986
  • Taille de l'entreprise
    5001 à 10000
  • Chiffre d'affaires
    1 $ à 5 $ milliards (CAD)
  • Secteur d'activité
    Automobile
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Emplois

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Line Worker (Cambridge, ON)
le 9 septembre 2021
Life sucking Pay Check
Sign your soul away when you get past the orientation. Depending on what area your in, you could love or hate your job. Don’t invest to much time trying to build friendships, you will be disappointed. If your good at “The Game” and talking smack, you’ll be fine. Good luck!
Engineering Intern (Cambridge, ON)
le 16 septembre 2021
Great place to grow
Worked here as an engineering co-op and everyone was super helpful. Lots of projects and overtime if you want it, great learning experience in manufacturing/design. Team was great, and production team members are always willing to help.If management is reading this, please modernize your systems (i.e hire young DevOps people)! Many processes are incredibly siloed and undocumented, with each successive wave of engineers leaving trails of forms and documents even though there are incredible version control tools like Git, Jenkins released in the last 6 years. Ordering parts on the internal system is like searching for a needle in a haystack, took me over 3 hrs just to find a single part because exact naming is required. It isn't an understatement to say that 30-40% of an engineer's time is spent dealing with the logistics due to legacy software from the 90s. You could run a very lean team if not only production was optimized, but also processes in the engineering dept.
Line Worker (Cambridge, ON)
le 10 septembre 2021
I would not work here again. Very toxic on your body and mental health.
Decent pay(not really) Toxic work place (only care about yourself) Toxic coworkers (watch what you say) Not worth the damage to your own body with no guarantees till 3 years after you have started.No honor in hard work anymore, you could be their best worker and if you put one toe out of line they will fire you. I will for one will never buy a Toyota again and will take my hard work somewhere else aha.
Quality Control Inspector (Cambridge, ON)
le 26 août 2021
Fast pace
If you’re willing to have no family life, feel exhausted every single day… Go for it! I worked in QC and absolutely disliked it! The people who are ready to retire within the next 5-7 years were the most miserable people I have ever worked with. The money is not great at all, it takes 8 years to make full wage and roughly 4 years to even get hired on full time. Worst place I have ever experienced. Why are they always hiring?!! Think about it
Assembly Line Worker (Woodstock, ON)
le 23 août 2021
Decent Pay, horrible workday/life balance
8 year contract is way too long. Most other co-workers were signed on 3 year contracts and make 40%-60% higher pay, benefits, and vacation yet get preferred job selection and do less work. No layoffs however parts shortages means less hours and unsteady pay. Production line runs way too short no there's never really any bathroom trips other than on break. Breaks are 15mins however sometimes there are not any stalls available, get ready to wear diapers to work everyday. Shifts are in horrible time slots and the horrible parking lot design makes it that support staff leave 30 mins after shift and everyone else is congested. To get into any support position takes 10-years plus, and even earning a living wage takes 4 years.

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