I worked at Toyota North America full-time (More than a year)
Good Canteen, Opportunity to have business trip in Japan, Good learning place for graduate
bad HR, average compensation, the office is too far from city center
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Growing up, Laura and her family spent their summers working 12-14-hour days picking asparagus and zucchini as migrant workers. Driven to start her impossible, Laura focused on her studies, and through a Toyota-sponsored recruiting event at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, she was hired as a co-op at our manufacturing plant in San Antonio (TMMTX). At TMMTX, she immediately got involved with D&I through TODOS, Toyota’s Latino business partnering group, and since then, has represented Toyota at numerous speaking engagements, raising awareness and helping change perceptions about migrant workers. Now, as co-chair of TODOS, at our headquarters in Plano, Texas, Laura believes she “has a platform to fully express myself, and although ethnicity is certainly one part of diversity, true to The Toyota Way, it’s more about being inclusive. I feel my voice can make a difference.” http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQk7q