Cons: lack of team building events, lack of employee recognition
* A typical day would start off, with logging on to the phones (resolving issues with both co-workers and clients); meeting my personal quota; assisting co-workers with queries; approving as many accounts to be paid before a certain batch time; monitoring the work list of all accounts new/old; fixing incorrect accounts/payments on files worked within – more... the week. * Impressed with my personal skills on the job, it's more beneficial to let others fix their own errors instead of fixing it for them. * Personally unimpressed with higher management (with their lack of knowledge for the job function and assistance), however, have great respect for my immediate manager and her principals for work ethic. My co-workers became family over the years, worked with a solid team (good people). * The hardest part of my job would be, having to deal with a diverse group of people who were completely unhappy with the company which in turn affected their work productivity causing avoidable errors that had a domain effect. * Most enjoyable part of my job would be that I was great at it. Enjoyed my job tasks and was pushed to reach my full potential by my peers. Amazing support from my team and immediate manager. – less
installing (Former Employee), canton, ms – November 26, 2013
Pros: good pay
Cons: short breaks, long hours
a typical work day at Nissan was working at least 12 hours a day with an hour break but not a whole hour at one time, the hour is slit up to one 30min break and two 15mins breaks. Being at the workplace you learn a lot about installing and building things the co workers are willing to help and serious about team work. The hardest part about is moving – more... fast enough without getting your line behind and staying awake if you work overnight, besides that everyone is very nice and helpful and try to work as one. – less
Great people to work with, just felt like working in prison
Technician (Former Employee), Smyrna, TN – November 7, 2013
Pros: benefits, money was good
Cons: no time for family nor friends outside of the shift, weekends were ruined
not a bad place to work, just too strict and the hours were horrible especially friday night and saturday if need be to work saturday. Great people work hard and dont get rewarded for the great work only the nissan employees were the ones to get rewarded when us yates employees did the same work and put out better production, less defects and down time, – more... as well as better quality. ( This was even told to us by the Plant Managers in a quality meeting). Nissan is all about the money and cars, the employees just seem like a number to them. poorly treated and overworked. – less
Parts Consultant (Former Employee), TN – October 28, 2013
Pros: saturdays free lunches
Cons: slow on many days
I open up the parts department every morning and receipt parts and minor paperwork. In working here I've learned more in detail the systems and functions of an automobile. I've learned a different clientel of people and a different level of professionalism. My co-workers are all very nice, respectful and fun loving individuals. They are all service – more... driven. The hardest part of my job is diagnosing and trouble shooting whereas the most enjoyable part is the people. – less
Job was to order and deliver Nissan Export vehicles to all Export countries. This involved working with manufacturing, sales, the Export accounts, and the port personnel.
I learned the full logistics from a new model year vehicles to delivery to the end account.
Management was very good. They were open to all my ideas to make each deliverable.
Hardest – more... part of the job was to convince vehicle operations and the plant that the export market should come first and they should get all forcasted vehicles they wanted. This convincing worked when I explained the profit margin was much higher from an export market than a unit for the US market.
Most enjoyable part was the people I worked with as well as the friendships with the Export accounts and their cultures. – less
Very dynamic and professional fast paced environment
Central Control Room/Supply Chain Analyst (Current Employee), Canton, MS – October 22, 2013
Pros: great salary, great benefits and vacation
Cons: poor micromanagers
I gained valuable on the job training and experience in a large corporate environment. There was never a dull day at work. Everyday you faced new and exciting challenges. You always had access to the latest technology with unlimited resources at your disposable. I got to work on a lot of innovating new projects that helped the company grow.
Quality Control Inspector (Current Employee), Canton, MS – October 20, 2013
We have start up meeting to set up schedule. I have been trained on multiple machines and different aspects of quality control.The management is somewhat relaxed.It has been interesting to learn new machines.
production worker at sunderland (Current Employee), mackems – October 11, 2013
Cons: to many gaffers and no workers.
I broke my finger and my line supervisor wondered why i pressed the emergency stop button. There are to many peopl willing to trip you up in order to get a boost up the career ladder. typical day started with, if your a regular person on a morning for the loo then dont work here, i have to pull a line above my head to get the attention of the monkeys – more... at the bottom of thye line who will decide in there own time when i can be excused to go take a dump. Is this not against my rights, yes i say it is but if i do im out the door very fast. Stress levels arte through the roof on all workers, sickness is bad and looked bad upon , even if you have a broken limb, supervisors phone you at home every day and say its just to keep me up to speed with work, bollocks. dont come here if you value your family life. – less
External Logistics Analyst (MINACT Contractor) (Current Employee), Canton, MS – September 30, 2013
Pros: you are on top of feet alot, there is a lot to do, time consumption, creativity
Cons: some managers fail to communicate and not keep responsibility at times, time consumption
A typical day starts off with a 7:15 am meeting that helps our managers get an update from us about what projects or issues we are currently working on. We then go to desk and take on our daily tasks. for me it was drawing layouts or collecting data for projects that required finding space for items that Supply Chain was responsible for.
I learned – more... to be aware and to be on my feet at all times. Being attentive was really needed because you would never know what might suddenly happen because it was a manufacturing plant.
There were times that I would have to take over someone else's duties or would have a sudden emergency assignment come up. This would be the most difficult part of the job because of the sudden timing of the assignment. There would also be lots to do.
My co-workers are generally supportive, they really took the time to teach me what I needed to know. Eventually when I caught on they liked some of my work and pushed me to work harder.
The most enjoyable part of my job was the creativity they allowed me to have with my work. They trusted me a lot with the assignments that were given and I really enjoyed that they allowed me to put in my ideas in a lot of things. – less