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Toyota President and Representative Director Akio Toyoda
Akio Toyoda
108 Ratings

    VIsionary Company with many people in the right areas

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    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Intern in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Intern in Washington, DC

    I worked at Toyota as an intern (less than an year)


    Great work opportunities, great people to work with in the DC office, and great location of the office over Metro Center. The Toyota Way really values worker input no matter at what level you are at in the company. Got an opportunity to meet the CEO, which was awesome.


    A few people can be found abrasive to the rest of the office culture, but it wasn't too bad to deal with, and at the end of the day, wasn't a big deal. At times, I heard of difficulties working with counterparts located in Japan, but my work did not interface with them.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Keep promoting from within, and keep on your path towards promoting a strong and tight knit office culture across divisions. I found it to be very good.

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Toyota Interviews

Updated Nov 21, 2014
Updated Nov 21, 2014

Interview Experience

Interview Experience


Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview


Interview Difficulty


Interview Difficulty




    Management Trainee Program Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Application Details

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeksinterviewed at Toyota.

    Interview Details

    1st: Met recruiter at my college career fair. We spoke for a few minutes while he reviewed my resume
    2nd: I received a call that night to set up an interview (the following day)
    3rd: Had my interview which was a 2 on 1. Pretty basic questions. It was the typical behavioral questions. Also, Why Toyota? Why the auto Industry? Willing to Re-locate? etc.
    4th: Received an email a few days later inviting me to the headquarters in Torrance CA for the final interviews
    5th: Flew out the CA about a month and a half later. The first day consisted of two interviews. Both were 1 on 1. Nothing too challenging. Again, pretty standard interview questions. That night they cut the about half of the candidates (from about 50 to 25 or so). I was invited back to the final round which was the following morning.
    6th: This interview was a 3 on 1. Definitely more intense and questions a bit harder. Still some behavioral questions. More specific to why the auto industry and Toyota. Wanted to know all of my questions. (have some good questions prepared) After the interview, I took an excel assessment which was pretty basic as well. Just ensuring that you can do the basic functions on excel.
    7th: Flew back home. About one week went by and I received a phone call with the Offer!

    The entire process took about 2 months.

    Interview Questions
    • When was a time that your competitiveness caused you to fail at something?
      If you were one of our cars what would you be and why?
        Answer Question
    Negotiation Details
    Not able to negotiate salary. Although happy with the offer.
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

Toyota Awards & Accolades

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America's Top Corporations for Multicultural Business Opportunities,, 2012
Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations List, Corporate Knights, 2010
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Additional Info

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Headquarters Toyota, Japan
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (TM)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

Toyota Motor, the world's largest automotive manufacturer (overtaking GM in 2008), designs and manufactures a diverse product line-up that ranges from subcompacts to luxury and sports vehicles to SUVs, trucks, minivans, and buses. Its vehicles are produced either with combustion or hybrid engines, as with the Prius. Toyota's subsidiaries also manufacture vehicles: Daihatsu Motor produces mini-vehicles, while Hino Motors produces trucks and buses. Additionally, Toyota makes automotive parts for its own use and for sale to others. Popular models include the Camry, Corolla... More

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