Steven Eagell Toyota
Happiness score is 52 out of 100
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Steven Eagell Toyota Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Steven Eagell
    63%
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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Auto
  • Link
    Steven Eagell Toyota website
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Rating overview

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Reviews

Sales Executive in Solihull, West Midlands
on 7 May 2022
Don’t bother
If you do not want a social/family life don’t bother. Pay structure is ok, hours and management are questionable, directors are rude, but pay is ok, nothing else to say.
Sales Executive in Colchester
on 24 April 2022
You have to be very organised
Perfect job if you are people-person and highly organised. It can be rewarding if you upsell a lot of added value products.Basic salary isn’t enough if you don’t sell a lot of cars. Work-life balance is non-existent as you have to work every Saturday and every other Sunday with one regular day off during the week. You have to work till 6-7. And there are sales events few times a year during which you work even more. You do get company car. I’m lucky with really good management and colleagues and the fact that I don’t have to commute as I live very close to the dealership. I’d also mention that the company is inclusive- I am a foreign woman and a mother and I’m doing all right. I guess the atmosphere really depends on the location where you work and management.
Sales Executive in Northampton
on 18 April 2022
A lot of paperwork with little support
Completing a sale should be thrilling until you realise you have mountains of paperwork to complete after. You need to be fully organised every step of the way even after the sale and before doing a handover. The system they use are old fashioned with a lot of issues. Also having to enter the full customer details multiple times on different applications. Management only help you when they’re not being swarmed with other colleagues stacking deals. Unless you can pick it up quickly, you can feel that they wouldn’t care much for you
Customer Service Advisor in St Albans
on 1 April 2022
fast paced
fast pace working environment that requires a lot of time and effort in order to succeed within the team, long hours await and targets needing to be achieved
Service advisor in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
on 1 April 2022
Work colleagues nice, management not good
Working with my colleagues was probably the only good thing I could say about working at Toyota, management is atrocious and needs to update the way they manage!

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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Loads! I went to a group interview of 90!

Shared on 5 November 2021

Pretty average questions Although at one point I was asked if I have a boyfriend and when I said no... I was then asked would I like one?. Massively Inappropriate

Shared on 7 May 2021

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