Toyota is a Japanese Multinational automotive manufacturer, headquartered in Japan. It is one of the biggest automotive manufacturers in the world, with a reported revenue of ¥28.40 trillion and 348,877 employees in 2016. Toyota is the world’s market leader in sales of hybrid electric vehicles.
When applying at Toyota, you must fill in a basic online application form. In this form you are asked to upload a CV and give basic details, previous experience and academic history. After this Toyota will take your application in consideration, and usually contact you via phone to perform a basic phone screening.
When these tests where successful, Toyota usually invites candidates for a day at the Toyota Assessment Centre. Here you will perform several activities depending on the position you applied for. Some of these activities will be group exercises.
During a group exercise you will usually be presented with a brief about a case, and you will be asked to come up with a plan of action or to solve a problem. This case related to the job you are applying for. Thereafter you will present your findings and recommendations to the Toyota assessors. Following this they will ask you some questions about your findings. At Assessment-Training.com you can practice and read more about how to successfully take do a case study or group exercise.
Toyota Assessments and Aptitude tests
Toyota uses, depending on the specific job profile, one or more of the following psychometric tests during their recruitment process:
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Note: It is possible that the organization, based on specific job roles and / or specific personality traits, composes a tailored assessment. As a candidate you have the right to know what you can expect on your assessment day. Therefore, it is wise to make sure that you are well informed before the assessment and request information from the recruiting organization or assessment center where you will take your tests.