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Toyota salaries in Cagayan de Oro

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Toyota Cagayan de Oro employee reviews

Billing and Administrative Staff in Cagayan de Oro
on October 21, 2019
Very good company
Toyota is a company who offers advancement of every employees in terms of services to the people especially in accommodating people who are hard to please and the culture of toyota was good. They always checks every employees achievements and gives awards to motivate others to work hard. It really applies to me because i became result oriented person and knows how to handle people.
Administrative Staff in Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental
on December 26, 2019
Good colleagues that make you stay.
Compensation is very low to back office employees. Does not pay overtime. Pahirapan ng leave. Gave P500 cash as a christmas bunos and rice na sobrang tigas. Ayoko na
On the Job Training (OJT) in Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental
on August 6, 2019
Productive. Best for trainees.
Every day is a busy day for Toyota Employees and trainees. Employees are well disciplined, manage are very strict incomes to a quality services. They always follow standard operation.
Sales manager in Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental
on April 18, 2019
Good reputation of company
Eager to learn possessing new knowledge, willing to change beyond my mistake. To adapt good relation between the work mates and to perform the best of my efficiency
Marketing Professional in Cagyan de Oro, Philippines
on September 2, 2018
Never the same day everyday.
Work starts at 8 am and we start doing our tasks. for me my strategy is to call all the clients I've encountered for a follow-up regarding their inquiry. After that I focus on the showroom and greet customers. I give quotations, explanation about cars, tell them about the requirements in order to avail a car loan. When an approval has been given from the bank I immediately tell the client so he or she can prepare the downpayment. After that we can start the process of releasing the unit. Management is very tight. Target is target and in order to get commission you need to achieve the qualifiers. Culture wise, there is competition between agents but we are still friends. Just respect each other. Hardest part is to convince a client to change a unit model instead of his or her first choice because of the availability. I learned how to cross-sell, up sell, close deals and give after sales customer service to my clients. Most enjoyable part is seeing the clients happy and satisfied with their purchase.

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