Nissan overview

Nissan North America, Inc., doing business as Nissan USA, is the North American headquarters, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Nissan Motor Company of Japan.
The staff at Nissan come from unusually diverse demographic backgrounds. The company is 28.7% female and 41.2% ethnic minorities. Nissan employees are more likely to be members of the Democratic Party than the Republican Party, with 57.1% of employees identifying as members of the Democratic Party. But those numbers could change quickly because the turnover rate at Nissan is relatively high. Employees at Nissan stay with the company for an average of 2.7 years before leaving. The average employee at Nissan makes $38,555 per year. Pay at Nissan is significantly lower than some of its highest paying competitors, like General Motors, J.D. Byrider, and Ford Motor Company, which pay $65,829, $55,975, and $55,286, respectively.
Based in the United States, Nissan is an industry leader with 16,840 employees and an annual revenue of $9.2B.

The Organization’s Mission

We are committed to procuring innovative goods and services, retailing our cars and communicating from a diverse perspective which will help us continue to offer our customers competitively designed, market-driven products.

Industry

Retail

Revenue

$9.2B

Employees

16,840

Founded in

1960

Headquarters

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Website

parts.nissanusa.com

Organization Type

Private

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Nissan Reviews

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5.0

Zippia UserJune 2020

5.0

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What Do You Like About Working There?

Good benefits pay was excellent like working for my boss Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

There is nothing I disliked about working there Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

The bonus money Show More
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4.0

Zippia UserMarch 2020

4.0

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What Do You Like About Working There?

It's a great product with clients that are loyal. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Some negative rumors and days when the hours go by slow when there aren't any customers. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

I somewhat control my time and income. Show More
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1.0

Zippia UserOctober 2018

1.0

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What Do You Like About Working There?

Competitive Pay. It's neat to see all of the cars we build and the process in which they are made. I do enjoy some of my coworkers. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Work Life balance, management, poor employee morale, terrible hours. It feels like you're a number and not a person within the plant. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Lease Car is nice. Show More
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Reddit UserJanuary 2015
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How often do you deny warranty work due to technicality? Like how often do you turn away AC repair because the customer doesn't have an oil-change log?

These are the only scenarios in which I would deny warranty work. 1.) The customer is out of warranty. But this is where it gets a little tricky. I can also override their warranty and goodwill work if they are just a little bit out of warranty. I usually draw the line after we start breaking 5k over warranty miles, or 4 -5 months after time runs out. 2.) Customer gets into a wreck, and tries to warranty a damaged part. 3.)The vehicle has been tampered with. Like wiring in an aftermarket radio and they manage to blow out the power or some function to their dash. Dealerships don't operate like that. You won't get denied warranty because you don't change your oil with us. BUT....if you come in with a blown motor, and check the oil, you have two quarts, or something else crazy like that we will deny warranty, or defer the decision to what we call a DTS. They are the Master of the Master Techs for Nissan that travel around and help out. We would let them make the call. I hardly ever deny warranty work. If I feel I can get paid by the brand for doing the work I will.
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Reddit UserJanuary 2015
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To break the habit of asking for mechanical advice: How do you like your job? Do you feel that you earn enough to lead a comfortable life? Was it hard to get promoted? Is Nissan your favorite brand to work for so far? Were you very knowledgeable about cars before you started working as a parts guy? Do you still see a lot of 300ZX's in your dealership? Thanks for doing this ama!

I love my job. It feels like I go to play most of the time. Sure, it is pretty stressful at times. I have to oversee a LOT of different functions of that dealership, and all the Service Advisors, Parts Guys, Techs, even Detail. I also am in charge of checking in and logging the new vehicles off the trucks. I love it though. I can't see myself in any other industry. The randomness that comes through that service drive is amazing. Every day is a new thing, new challenge, new hurdle to constantly stay current and competitive. I make enough but I could make more lol. I have three children and a wife so that cost money in itself. I can go farther, that is never an issue due to dealerships being all over. I am still young though, and plan on moving up. I won't say how much I get paid, but depending on dealer size and volume the average Fixed Ops Manager usually gets paid between 70-110k a year. That is in a medium size market. I can only imagine what money is to be made in a place like Miami or Atlanta. One day. Nissan is by far my favorite brand. I like how they respond to customer request the most. You have no idea, but the way Nissan handles customers and how serious they make it, helps make my job easier. For the first time, I actually feel like they are there to help support us like they should be. You don't get that from a lot of other brands. They just want numbers. I was pretty handy before I went into this life. My Father was enlisted Military, so we didn't have a ton of money. That translates into second and third hand everything, and my first car didnt even run. It was a 1982 Toyota MR2 that had to be towed to the house. My Father looked at me, gave me the keys, told me it needed a little work and then told me I owed Him $600 by the end of summer lol! We don't see too many 300s around, mostly the 240/280. There is one blue one that is around our area, though they never come in for work. It is heavily modded.
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Nissan Rankings

Nissan is ranked #96 on the Best Retail Companies to Work For in America list. Zippia's Best Places to Work lists provide unbiased, data-based evaluations of companies. Rankings are based on government and proprietary data on salaries, company financial health, and employee diversity.

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Nissan Salaries

How much does Nissan pay?
The national average salary for a Nissan employee in the United States is $38,555 per year. Employees in the top 10 percent can make over $73,000 per year, while employees at the bottom 10 percent earn less than $20,000 per year.
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Average Employee Earnings

Nissan Salaries By Job Title

While Nissan employees earn an average yearly salary of $38,555, different roles can command different wages. Some of the job titles with high salaries at Nissan are Product Specialist, Process Engineer, Area Manager, and Line Technician. A typical Product Specialist salary at Nissan is $76,349. Other roles at Nissan include Assembly Line Worker and Cashier. A Assembly Line Worker at Nissan earns an average yearly salary of $22,697.

Nissan careers

On average, employees at Nissan stay with the company for 2.7 years. Employees most commonly join Nissan after leaving Walmart. When they leave Nissan, they most frequently get their next job at Walmart.

Average Length of Employment
Electrolux3.4 years

Nissan

2.7 years
Top Employers Before Nissan
Walmart16.9 %
US Army7.9 %
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Top Employers After Nissan
Walmart12.6 %
Amazon11.0 %
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Nissan Financial Performance

9.9
Performance Score
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Revenue

> $1B

Founded in

1960

Organization type

Private

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Nissan Competitors

Some of the competitors of Nissan are General Motors, J.D. Byrider, and Ford Motor Company. Employees at General Motors earn more than most of the competition, with an average yearly salary of $65,829. Employees at J.D. Byrider earn an average of $55,975 per year, and the employees at Ford Motor Company earn an average salary of $55,286 per year.

Frequently Asked Questions about Nissan

When was Nissan founded?

Nissan was founded in 1960.

How many Employees does Nissan have?

Nissan has 16,840 employees.

How much money does Nissan make?

Nissan generates $9.2B in revenue.

What industry is Nissan in?

Nissan is in the retail industry.

What is Nissan's mission?

Nissan's mission statement is "We are committed to procuring innovative goods and services, retailing our cars and communicating from a diverse perspective which will help us continue to offer our customers competitively designed, market-driven products."

What type of company is Nissan?

Nissan is a private company.

Who are Nissan's competitors?

Nissan competitors include American Honda Motor Co, Mercedes-Benz USA, Electrolux, BMW, METRO CHRYSLER CENT, Ford Motor Company, Firestone Complete Auto Care, General Motors, The Pinnacle, Ashley Furniture, Pep Boys, Bridgestone Tires, Sonoco, Sara Lee, Kia Motors America, Circuit City, J.D. Byrider, Dart Container, JBS USA, Assemblers.

What is Nissan's website?

You can find the Nissan website at parts.nissanusa.com.

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