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30+ days ago

Environmental, Health & Safety Supervisor

The Toro Company United States

• Identifies and evaluates hazardous conditions and practices in the workplace, conducts and coordinates audits of physical conditions and safe work… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Field Test Technician

The Toro Company Tampa, FL

1. Personally operates and evaluates Toro prototype, production and competitive units in field conditions according to established and/or newly… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Designer

The Toro Company Bloomington, MN

• Conceptualize and create designs to satisfy the product objectives related to the specific areas assigned. • Perform feasibility studies as… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Contract Electrical Detail Drafter

The Toro Company Bloomington, MN

• Working from engineering sketches and marked prints, prepares Printed Circuit Board (PCB) drawings, electrical schematics and wiring diagram… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Technical Service Specialist- Commercial Equipment

The Toro Company United States

Technical Service Specialist - Commercial Equipment * APAC region, based in Melbourne * Market Leading Global Company * OEM Equipment Toro… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Electrical/Electronic Sustaining Engineer

The Toro Company Riverside, CA

For nearly 100 years, The Toro Company has shaped the industry by pioneering innovative products and services that help our customers maintain… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Contract Detail Drafter

The Toro Company Bloomington, MN

• Working from engineering sketches and marked prints, prepares manual or CADD system drawings of parts, vendor drawings, subassemblies, weldments… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Sourcing System Analyst

The Toro Company Bloomington, MN

Major Function Combines sourcing functional knowledge and SAP understanding to drive business improvement. Participates in the requirement… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Lead Process Technician

The Toro Company El Paso, TX

* Responsible to oversee and manage all technical and operator assignments within the department. * Required to conduct all accident reporting… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Test Technician

The Toro Company Beatrice, NE

is found below. The main function of this role is to initiate and perform a variety of advanced test duties, operate units, gather data, visually… Beyond.com


Toro Company Reviews

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Toro Company Chairman, President, and CEO Michael J. Hoffman
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    Losing the interest of the best talent due to an environment which has become stale

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    Current Employee - IT Software  in  Bloomington, MN
    Current Employee - IT Software in Bloomington, MN

    I have been working at Toro Company full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Half-day Fridays in the summer are great. Flexible work schedule and vacation have been much appreciated.

    There is a shiny new office building on campus (for a few teams) with generous windows and a new exercise facility. There are many opportunities for interns each year to get their feet wet in the corporate world.

    The culture is not fast-paced or grueling. Most of the time you work 40 hours and get flexibility with when to use your time-off. People talk about what's going on outside of work. There's a lot of really great people @ Toro. There's an active volunteering culture.

    People believe in our products. Its great working for a company you know is selling a quality product.

    Cons

    At least in IT, there are culture concerns. There's a lack of transparency and communication from management. A manager who seems unqualified may make a decision in a bubble, without asking employees to join in the decision making process. Many employees have become disengaged.

    Younger-generation individuals under 30-35 are difficult to find here. Perhaps they don't feel their contributions are valued or understood. Surely they sense the overall lack of passion and vision in the projects. Also: management prefers to look outside the company for new leadership talent.

    There isn't very much meaningful that gets accomplished - and this fact stays well hidden. The amount of non-productivity, passing the buck, and political suave that passes for results is impressive.

    In this 100 year old manufacturing company, there's a lack of appreciation for technology and software. The CEO isn't helping matters with the super-tight IT budget and under-appreciating technology and the increasing role it will need to have in our products and organization for Toro to survive.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Need to attend to the culture, although not in the same "Toro Way", before the last of the best tech-talent is lost.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO