Is Nissan really bringing Carlos Ghosn back as CEO? But he will be working remotely?
My hobby is playing the piano and I am concerned about mentioning this since I heard there are bad feelings about the former CEO involving a piano.
Japan’s second biggest carmaker is set to eliminate at least 4,300 white-collar jobs and shut two manufacturing sites as part of broader plans to add at least 480 billion yen ($4.4 billion) to its bottom line by 2023, mostly at head offices in the... — read more
Nissan cut the number of layoffs in Canton. I know that's not much of a comfort to those who were laid off, but it could be considered a good sign for the rest of us... — read more
Let's use this thread to aggregate any updates you may have on Nissan layoffs for 2019. I am OK if we have multiple threads but let's share the initial info in this thread and see if the forum picks up.
Brace yourself people, Nissan is laying off 700 contract workers in Mississippi now, but I can guarantee you this is just the beginning. Just look at what's going on in the entire auto industry. We are looking at some shaky times for all off us, and... — read more
Just like Ford and GM now it's Nissan's turn. If you are affected I wish you all the best.
I keep getting told to attend training in Tennessee at the Field Training office. We are seeing layoffs but this is still up and running. That’s messed up.
Our sales are so low that several of our exclusive dealers around the world have had to lay off a bunch of people. I am not sure what to think, and how long before we are hit with a round of layoffs once again. It does not look like things are about... — read more
550 workers are being laid off by Nissan in Cuernavaca. On one hand, hearing about layoffs being in Mexico is a relief, but on another hand, if situation is that bad that people are getting laid off in Mexico, where pay is as low as it gets, we can't... — read more
Decherd layoffs are coming. No new contracts are being issued to the machining department at plant 1. It won’t happen over night but it will slowly phase out. This was posted in an older thread as a reply, but I thought it belonged on the top for... — read more
We cut around 10 pct of our global workforce back in 2009, layoffs are still going on, dont know whats gonna happen, but it's looking pretty good right now. the industry is doing good all companies are making money and nissan is not an exception