I have been working at Toyota Material Handling full-time (More than 10 years)
Good pay, good benefits, new T-rex center, on-site health center
Hot in the summer time.
If you want to take extra schooling, it is hard because of the long hours.
Advice to Management
Make sure to keep in touch with what is actually going on in the plant, not just on a computer screen. Talk to the people who actually do the job and know how to improve things.
I applied through college or university. The process took a week. I interviewed at Toyota Material Handling in October 2015.
Pretty standard, two interviewers and myself. The questions were straight forward and not very operations/supply chain specific. Mostly behavioral questions and asking me to define my strengths and how they play into a certain scenario. Only one round of interviews, heard back about getting the internship after about a week.
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