Toyota 's Current National Headquarters

1990 Words May 4th, 2015 8 Pages
TOYOTA
Managing the Move

Management 343

Travis Allison: travall@csu.fullerton.edu
Tim Blum: tblum@csu.fullerton.edu
Armin Demehri: armin_onlyone@csu.fullerton.edu
Kevin Mitchell: kmitch1011@csu.fullerton.edu
Jake Smith: jakesmith@csu.fullerton.edu
Binbin Tan: btan8@csu.fullerton.edu Table of contents
Introduction
Theoretical Framework
2.1Personnel policies
2.2Internal VS external resources
Direct applicants and referrals
Advertisements in newspapers and periodicals
Electronic recruiting
E-cruiting
Career networking site
Blogs
Podcast
Social networking
Public and private employment agencies
Colleges and universities
2.3Retention
Methods 3.1 The Toyota way of recruitment 3.2 Employee Development
Results and Data Analysis
Discussion and Reflection
Reference

Introduction Toyota, one of the world’s largest auto manufacturers, has a problem. Their main North American subsidiary, Toyota Motor Sales, is moving. Toyota’s current national headquarters is located in Torrance, California. It was founded and built in 1957, and has resided there since then. However, in April of 2014, they announced that this headquarters would be moving to Plano, Texas.8
Reasons behind the move have been hotly discussed since the announcement, but a couple things are abundantly clear: California is a very expensive place to do business, with Los Angeles County ranking 9th most expensive in the United States by Expatistan. Additionally, Toyota has expressed its desire to…
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