Working at TMMK
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joel

Manchester, KY

#1 Jul 14, 2009
Does anyone know if they do a hair drug test.
joel

Manchester, KY

#3 Jul 15, 2009
what about for temporary positions at kelly services. Do they do a hair sample as well.
Help

Manchester, KY

#4 Jul 15, 2009
I think they do hair test, but am not sure.
Mel

Georgetown, KY

#5 Jul 19, 2009
No..Kelly does urine tests. Toyota does hair tests.
tmmk worker

Anderson, SC

#6 Jul 19, 2009
If you want to work at Toyota, temporary or not, you should just clean up and not do drugs. To get a good paying job, you have to use common sense. It would be a shame to get hired on, then months later lose your job just because you just "had" to do drugs. Tsk Tsk Tsk!
friend of

London, KY

#7 Jul 19, 2009
I smoked weed three months ago, and am scared I will fail the hair test. The was the one and only time I did it. This was after my college graduation, crap, wish I could take that day back. But oh well we live and learn.
hello

Georgetown, KY

#8 Jul 19, 2009
why are u going to work at toyota if u graduated from college?
tmmk worker

Anderson, SC

#9 Jul 20, 2009
The only thing to do is to go ahead and apply. Then when testing time comes, pray really hard that nothing shows up. If you get hired on...keep your nose clean! Good paying jobs are hard to come by and this isn't an opportunity to waste! Good luck!
Want to work

United States

#10 Jul 20, 2009
I have an interview this week for tmmk thru Kelly services. I know these positions are for 6 months up to 36 months... What about becoming a permanent toyota employee? If ur a temp, do u get the opportunity to get hired on, if permanent jobs become available?
If anybody reads this that already works there, what's it like? I have only worked in a factory once, and it was doing tiny little circuit boards... How hard is it? Is it hot, dirty, etc?
tmmk worker

Anderson, SC

#11 Jul 20, 2009
They don't pay good money for nothing. It's fast work and depending where it is, very physical. Every 58 seconds or so another car is in your area and you have to have all the part/nuts/bolts/air tools ready. For two hours at a time, all day. They have the processes really packed, so you're doing an incredible amount of work in a short amount of time. It's pretty intense.
hello

Georgetown, KY

#12 Jul 20, 2009
yes toyota is hard to anyone who does not have alot of factory expirience and your feet will hurt for about 2-3 weeks in the beginning and you will be exhausted but once you get that check you will understand why you are there!!
friend of

London, KY

#13 Jul 21, 2009
I am applying at toyota because there is no good jobs right now. Just because you graduate from college doesn't mean you will get a job the next day. I am not going to beat myself down over one mistake, not for a temp factory job, but it would help to get through these hard times.
Also a worker

Flemingsburg, KY

#14 Jul 22, 2009
tmmk worker wrote:
They don't pay good money for nothing. It's fast work and depending where it is, very physical. Every 58 seconds or so another car is in your area and you have to have all the part/nuts/bolts/air tools ready. For two hours at a time, all day. They have the processes really packed, so you're doing an incredible amount of work in a short amount of time. It's pretty intense.
I know about 300,000 people who would love to have your "good for nothing" pay check. You're employed. WE'RE employed. My family in Michigan is 1000% GM and Ford and they're all unemployed right now. TMMK pays very well - especially for this recession. You're welcome to join the ranks of the unemployed if it hurts your feelings so much. Practice this: "Would you like fries with that?"
tmmk worker

Anderson, SC

#15 Jul 22, 2009
Also a worker wrote:
<quoted text>
I know about 300,000 people who would love to have your "good for nothing" pay check. You're employed. WE'RE employed. My family in Michigan is 1000% GM and Ford and they're all unemployed right now. TMMK pays very well - especially for this recession. You're welcome to join the ranks of the unemployed if it hurts your feelings so much. Practice this: "Would you like fries with that?"
Chill out! I was complimenting Toyota. I loved working there! I worked there over 10 years. I can't tell you how many people I trained that wound up quitting because of how hard it is. Almost every new person I was training was amazed as how hard the work was. They were expecting it to be like other factory jobs they had in the past, but there was no comparison. They were under the impression they would be doing the same type of work as before, but get paid triple the money. That why I said that Toyota doesn't pay good money for nothing. TMMK members work very hard for their money, and earn every dime. I just wanted to give a realistic picture of what this person can expect. I didn't want to quit, but had to because I kept having miscarriages, so I chose to stay home with my baby.
tmmk worker

Anderson, SC

#16 Jul 22, 2009
Also a worker wrote:
<quoted text>
I know about 300,000 people who would love to have your "good for nothing" pay check. You're employed. WE'RE employed. My family in Michigan is 1000% GM and Ford and they're all unemployed right now. TMMK pays very well - especially for this recession. You're welcome to join the ranks of the unemployed if it hurts your feelings so much. Practice this: "Would you like fries with that?"
Also...I didn't say "good for nothing." I said "they don't pay good money for nothing." Meaning...if you are lazy...DO NOT APPLY FOR THIS JOB.
tmmk worker

Anderson, SC

#17 Jul 22, 2009
Also a worker wrote:
<quoted text>
I know about 300,000 people who would love to have your "good for nothing" pay check. You're employed. WE'RE employed. My family in Michigan is 1000% GM and Ford and they're all unemployed right now. TMMK pays very well - especially for this recession. You're welcome to join the ranks of the unemployed if it hurts your feelings so much. Practice this: "Would you like fries with that?"
!!duh!!!
Want to work

United States

#18 Jul 28, 2009
Hey tmmk worker! It sounds like you were just misunderstood... I knew what you meant and appreciated you explaining it to me.

One other question... What's the dress code there?
friend of

Havelock, NC

#19 Jul 28, 2009
I failed. now I have to start over!
Wondering

Mount Sterling, KY

#20 Jul 28, 2009
I have heard the work is hard but how many temps actually get hired on full time? The reason I'm asking is I'm about to go for an interview and I was wondering how long it would take for me to get on full time after I'm there for awhile.
Want to work

United States

#21 Jul 28, 2009
I had my interview last week, and they said that the goal is for all the temps hired on to go permanent within 36 months. So we may have to stick it out quite a while, but in the long run it will be worth it.

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