176 Sales Consultants from Nissan Motor submitted salaries.
Current CEO: Makoto Uchida
Nissan Motor Company is a member of the multinational Nissan Motor Company Ltd., headquartered in Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Japan. Nissan builds and sells cars, vans and trucks. Nissan started under the name Datsun in 1914 and expanded to the United States in 1958. Nissan has an an assembly plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, an engine plant in Decherd, Tennessee, and an assembly plant in Canton, Mississippi. Nissan has four regional offices in Canada along with a finance office. Nissan also has a design studio in San Diego, California, and a technology center in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Nissan Diesel is located in Irving, Texas. The headquarters for Nissan is in Franklin, Tennessee.
Nissan employs assembly line workers, management staff, administrative staff, customer service representatives, finance staff, human resources staff, engineers, designers, information systems staff, commercial drivers, food service workers and medical staff. Nissan careers are focused on individual goals, utilizing a program called Career Vision. Nissan utilizes this program to help employees progress within the company. The program tracks career development and skill sets for each employee and includes training and mentoring.
Nissan culture revolves around the "Nissan Way," which includes a cross-functional, cross-cultural mindset, transparency, frugality, inquisitiveness and competitiveness. The "Nissan Way" is also meant to guide actions, such as motivation, commitment and performance. Nissan also strives for diversity through its hiring practices and diversity education programs. Nissan also promotes consumer vehicle safety and offers social contribution programs to its employees. Nissan employees have donated over $14 million to the United Way. Nissan employees also volunteer in community outreach programs sponsored by Nissan, including school supply and holiday gift drives. The Nissan Green Program is Nissan’s environmental initiative, which includes making their assembly plants environmentally friendly.
Nissan benefits include the LiveWell program, which includes a health improvement program for employees and covered dependents. Nissan also offers pharmacy benefits, dental and vision coverage, life and disability insurance and flexible spending accounts. Nissan employees also have access to a 401(k) program and a defined contribution retirement plan. Employees working at Nissan can also participate in a discount vehicle purchase program or lease program. Nissan plants offer an on-site medical center and pharmacy and an on-site gym.
Nissan was ranked number fourth out of the world's 50 most innovative companies by Fast Company magazine in 2011.
General Manager is the highest paying job at Nissan Motor at 158,000 annually.
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