Toyota was founded on a strong value system that guides how business is conducted. Toyota’s founders in Japan planted the seed more than 75 years ago when they first conceived these guiding principles, known as the Toyota Way.
One of the guiding principles revolves around respect for people and teamwork, which are the roots of Toyota’s inclusive culture. Today, those tenets remain the same. Toyota believes that respect for people is at the very foundation of being a good corporate citizen and is relevant everywhere – whether it be respect for team members, suppliers, dealers, customers or communities.
At Toyota, diversity and inclusion means a commitment to meaningful jobs and career advancement opportunities, new and long-term business partnerships with minority-owned suppliers and dealers, committed investments in the community, and connecting with customers in meaningful ways.
Toyota Financial Services (TFS) shares Toyota’s respect for people and commitment to diversity and inclusion. For more information, including details about TFS’ recent initiatives and recognitions, please click here.
To learn more about Toyota’s commitment, visit www.toyota.com/usa/diversity.