HR Restructuring at Nissan


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Case Code: HROB138
Case Length: 16 Pages
Period: 1990-2007
Organization: Nissan Motor Company, Ltd
Pub Date: 2011
Teaching Note: Not Available
Countries: US, Japan
Industry: Automobile

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The selection, recognition, and awards were given on the basis of policies and best practices demonstrated by the company. Organizations were evaluated for the award on the following parameters: Diversity and Multi-Culturalism, Work-Life Balance, Employee Communication and Recognition, Compensation and Benefits, Employee Education and Development, Recruitment and Retention, Employee Motivation and Enthusiasm, Community Initiatives, and Strategic Planning and Integration.

In 2008, Nissan won appreciation for its Women in the Driver's Seat initiative. Nissan worked toward increasing women's empowerment in business in Japan.

This step was taken after research indentified that women were influencers of two-thirds of all car purchases.4 Nissan sought to promote diversity through various strategies like women engagement, their education, and their advancement.

'The Nissan Way' - its principles and values - included diversity and encouraging employees in the organization. Nissan also provided specialized "Career Advisors" for women to advise them on their career advancement.

'The Nissan Way' was a Clear Management Philosophy which stated, "the focus is the customer, the driving force is value creation, and the measurement of success is profit."5...

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4] Serge Mouangue, "Women Drive Today's Car Industry," The Japan Times Online, June 22, 2008
5] "Sustainability Report 2010 - Corporate Governance," http://www.nissan-global.com, 2010

 

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