Quelles sont les étapes du processus de recrutement chez Toyotetsu Canada Inc?
The first step in the interview process would be to drop off a resume to our email address, through indeed or directly to 88 Park Road Simcoe ON N3Y 4J9. Second, you will be screened by a recruiter and contacted by phone for a telephone interview. Upon successful completion of a brief telephone interview you will be invited to what is called a job assessment. The third step at TTCA, the job assessment, will entail a group presentation wherein the hours of work, pay structure and employment details are discussed. A brief multiple-choice test is administered testing essential reading, writing and math skills and then you will have a one on one interview with a member of the human resources team.
TTCA is a family orientated company with room for growth. A blend of Japanese and Canadian business principles makes TTCA a unique employment opportunity for those residing in South Western Ontario. Eight hour, rotating shifts allow for team members to have time home with their families but there is also an opportunity for voluntary overtime for those who are looking for extra compensation.
No previous experience or education is required but we are looking for candidates to be successful at each stage of the interview process in order to be hired. A safe work ethic, positive attitude and good attendance are key to being successful at TTCA.
TTCA: Be prepared with 3 employment related references. You will need to bring a pen, a pencil and a calculator or cell phone to complete our standardized test. Our standardized test is multiple choice and will test essential skills in reading, writing and math. After a brief presentation and test you will have a one on one interview which will ask you standardized questions pertaining to your previous experience in the workforce. The interview format will take place in an office setting and you do not need to come wearing any safety equipment. Be prepared to complete an application form containing specific details about your previous employment and be prepared to discuss these details in a brief interview.
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