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Car factory
Line Technician (Former Employee), Smyrna, TNApril 9, 2014
Pros: weekly pay
Cons: short breaks, not having a union, and no job security
A typical day starts with a shift meeting in which the supervisor goes over what happened the day before. I learned how to work every single day, and work with various personalities. I had some of the best co-workers ever! The hardest part of the job is doing the same thing everyday over and over. The most enjoyable part of the job is being paid every – more... week. – less
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Productive and Fun
Production Technician (Former Employee), Canton, MSApril 8, 2014
Nissan for me was different because it was my first time being in that type of setting. But, daily it was a great environment and I enjoyed my job. I enjoyed the people I worked with, although sometimes some could act out of character, I still enjoyed it. You had opportunities for advancement and I like the idea of that. Management was good, they always – more... had an open door policy. If you needed them you just come to them. The hardest part about my job, was not being at home to help my children with their school work when they came home because I was on afternoon shift. The most enjoyable part about my job was, learning and getting to know new people. – less
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nice environment
Sales Associate, Nissan of Greer (Former Employee), south carolinaApril 8, 2014
The managers are always ready to help seal a deal and they always make sure there are training materials to bring out the best in you.
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Exciting workplace with alot of potential for growth
Conveyor Maintenance Leader (Current Employee), Smyrna, TNApril 7, 2014
Working here has been a great experience to me. Ive had the opprotunity to get into a field that I love and am learning so much to better myself for my future. I have a great crew and I think the best part of my job is the experiences that im able to learn from and the education im getting from my job that builds on what ive already obtained.
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Collaborative and Learning Environment
Market Intelligence Intern (Former Employee), Franklin, TNApril 2, 2014
Working at Nissan was a great eye-opener for me since I had not worked for a Japanese-owned company before. I found the environment to be full of people who were willing to answer questions at any time and if they couldn't would point you in the direction of someone who could. Also, when going to different departments people are willing to give you – more... general information about their work and what they do and also help you to see how everything is connected.

When it comes to collaboration, people are very willing to work in team settings. There is a good amount of discussion that people have and you learn about peoples concerns/weaknesses on work they may not be able to handle. This only helps in the brainstorming process of how work will be split up for when the project is done. Constant communication is kept and weekly meetings are usually held to keep everyone accountable and the projects on track. – less
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Fast paced productive place to work
Production Associate/Offline Leader/Trainer (Former Employee), Smyrna, TNApril 2, 2014
Pros: short shifts of 7.5 hrs, friendly co-workers, music while you work
Cons: hit certain times of the year where there is lots of overtime
The work is fast paced but not too hard. Everything is at waist level and there is not a lot of bending over as you work on vehicles as they come to you. The people you work with are friendly and helpful and you get to listen to music as you work which helps the time go by. Management is god and does't hover over you as long as you do your job and care – more... to do it right. If there is a problem, they do the best they can to correct it in a timely manner. – less
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Exciting and fun place to work
Data Entry (Former Employee), St. Peters,Mo.April 1, 2014
Unloading trucks, data entry, supervisor responsiblities
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Nissan of Bourne
Deal Clerk/Title Clerk/Cashier (Current Employee), Bourne, MAMarch 31, 2014
Pros: decent money for the job.
Cons: no benefits, hard to take your vacation or get time off if needed.
Poor leadership in management. To much micro managing. No respect from management.
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Productive
Contract Processor (Former Employee), Dallas, TXMarch 28, 2014
I had the ability to work independently and with co-workers from a balanced environment. No phone calls all data entry work. I enjoyed not having to talk to customer's all day.
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Growing Company with opportunity for advancement
Fixed Operations Manager (Former Employee), Kansas City, MOMarch 25, 2014
Pros: new car every 12 months!
Nissan is a growing company with a great product. Plenty of room for advancement if you are willing to relocate at will. Performance = Promotion. Period.
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not micro managed...
Retention Specialist/Customer Relations (Former Employee), Dallas, TXMarch 19, 2014
great job, however work environment is not good &management not willing to accommodate
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Was a pretty friendly place to work
Picker (Former Employee), Aurora, ILMarch 18, 2014
Picking parts, if you had any questions everyone was friendly enough to answer them for you good work place
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productive
Technician (Current Employee), Smyrna, TNMarch 18, 2014
busy all the time, on feet 8 hrs or more. management is bad. only 3 paid vacation days through out the year
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Micromanages everyone
Insurance Clerk (Former Employee), Irving, TXMarch 17, 2014
Pros: get to lease cars
Cons: micromanages everyone and pay is horrible
Did not like working for this company because they micromanaged everyone and gave little raises, worked you to death and didn't appreciate their employees, hard to advance and get ahead unless you know someone or become bff with upper management.
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Fun
Struct torque on the line (Current Employee), Smyrna, TNMarch 16, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Good job sit around older people/customer and hear all there jokes the best thing about the job was learning alot i didnt know about 18 wheelers another good thing about this job was it was nothing hard to do with the right tools .
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fast paced
Line Picker (Current Employee), Smyrna, TNMarch 15, 2014
it was an okay job. constant movement. little appreciation of the associates.
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Great place to work.
Customer Relation Manager (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TxMarch 7, 2014
Great place to work. Love working with the customers. Love solving problems.
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Nissan great company to work for and acheive personal growth
Quality Specialist (Former Employee), canton msMarch 7, 2014
Pros: leases car program
Cons: no accountability
Productive and learning experience place to work. A company that allows you as an individual to grow and move up within the company. A typical work day for me included working side by side with engineers and upper management daily. Working with technician's daily improving quality for the company. The hardest part of job is learning how to accept a – more... no from upper management and figure out how to come up with a yes that benefits the company. The challenge is the part I like about the job. – less
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productive and fun work environment
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Chesterton, INMarch 7, 2014
I learned the details of sales, the actual process of customer service. Over all a great place, with great people in and outside of work.
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Nice place to work
Production Associate (Former Employee), Smyrna, TNMarch 6, 2014
Pros: fun coworkers, great pay, great benefits, good work atmosphere, you're required to participate in group stretch depending on the area you're in, you alternate the jobs you learn so you're not doing the same job the entire shift, most of the areas play the radio/cd/mp3 music during the shift, you can come in early or stay over and get extra overtime
Cons: you can't choose which shift you want to work, lack of ppe for workers
*begin by stretching during shift start meeting (info about how production went the night before)
*go to your first job sign in and relieve the person from the previous shift
*begin working
*you MUST sign in and out on the current vehicle in your pitch
*there is a broadcast sheet on each vehicle, according to your job you only look for something specific
*there – more... is an alarm that will let you know when break starts/ends, when the alarm sounds at the end of break you're supposed to be in your area signed in ready to work
*when the line stops during a run for any reason, your supervisor requires you to clean and organize your pitch until the line starts back running
*you're supervisor informs you of mandatory overtime usually at the beginning of the week
*a normal work week you work 4 7.36 hour days and have 1 9.36 hour day, depending on your shift it may be the first day or the last day
*when mandatory overtime is scheduled you'll have 5 7.36 hour days and 1 9.36 hour day(the long day will be the day of overtime) – less

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About Nissan North America

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