Toyota Refuses To Sacrifice Workers During The Pandemic

Toyota Refuses To Sacrifice Workers During The Pandemic

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That income is the result the company having been able to strengthen their corporate composition.

Above all these, Toyota also mentioned that they will continue their domestic production of 3 million vehicles a year. They are doing this not just to protect Toyota but also to protect the enormous related supply chains and the jobs of the people involved.

One element of “Monozukuri” (production) is “Making things means making people”  which is why Toyota believes that people are not costs but instead they are the  source of continuous improvement and driving force for the growth and development of a production.

Many companies had no choice but to let go of their employees or even shut down permanently due to the economic impact of COVID-19. Thankfully, there is one less organization who is against this despite the aftermath that follows.

Photo Credit: Toyota Official Website

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