I have been working at Toyota Boshoku full-time (More than 5 years)
Current PC management is strong. Schedule changes only require supervisor approval. Work load varies but is manageable.
Upper management always seems to be in conflict. To many bosses leads to changing expectations.
Advice to Management
Have upper management hash out strategic decisions before asking lower levels to do multiple studies on tactical decisions
I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Toyota Boshoku (Novi, MI) in February 2017.
Applied online through university career website. Received request from HR specialist for interview about 2 weeks later. It was an onsite interview with the hiring manager and HR specialist interviewing me. Relatively easy, they asked me to go through my resume with them and throughout that they asked me some specific questions. The hiring manager explained to me about the company and the department in which I applied for the position. We did not discuss any specifics other than when I would be available to start. At the end, they told me I would hear from them early the following week with their decision. Later that day, I got an email from the HR specialist asking if she could call me the following day to discuss HR items. Was not sure what she meant but I told her when I would be available. The next day she called me and said she spoke with the hiring manager later that day and he wanted to extend an offer to me. We then went on to discuss pay, benefits, vacation, etc.
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