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Senior Actuarial Analyst

Toyota Financial Services Torrance, CA

include: Actuarial Ratemaking o Credentialed Actuary responsible for development and significant revisions to ratemaking methodologies supporting… CareerBuilder

Toyota Financial Services Reviews

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Takuo Sasaki
26 Ratings

    Passive- Aggressive

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    Current Employee - Manager  in  Owings Mills, MD
    Current Employee - Manager in Owings Mills, MD

    I have been working at Toyota Financial Services full-time for more than 8 years


    Benefits are fairly decent compared to some companies. The vehicles are great and most customers are loyal to the product. The name Toyota sounds impressive to most when you tell them that's who you work for.


    Warped sense of diversity and inclusion. Not a safe work environment to give your well thought thru business opinion. Management does want you to speak up about issues and often covers up issues. The culture is passive aggressive which mean you constantly have to watch your back. The pay is below what other captives and automakers are paying for the equivalent position. I've been with the company for a number of years and have only been promoted once....super slow in awarding promotions. Not very diverse workforce at the manager and above level. Not many minorities in management roles and those that are have more qualifications than non minorities in management roles. Toyota does not value education and only experience if you've gained it thru working for them.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay for performance like you preach and have respect for differing opinions which you don't. Stop taking so long to promote to the next level. You should not have to work in endless lateral positions before making it to the next level. Recognize talent and that there are a lot that work for TFS that are looking at other companies- Toyota is not all that. There are some major issues with the culture and no one is trying to resolving this for fear of losing their company vehicle, the perk that seems to draw most to Toyota.

    Doesn't Recommend
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