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We're committed to diversity because we're committed to excellence.
Our Corporate Diversity Initiative aims to improve business results by ensuring that our core businesses (Sales, Marketing and Distribution, Manufacturing, Research & Development, Design, Procurement, and administrative support functions) meet the distinct needs of an increasingly diverse customer base and labor market.
Promoting diversity is just good business. Because our workplace, our marketplace, our community - they're all connected.
We want our pool of suppliers and contractors to reflect the diversity of the consumers who buy our vehicles.
Nissan values inclusion in all areas of our business as we strive to mirror the diversity of our customers and the communities where we do business. We are committed to procuring innovative goods and services, retailing our cars and communicating from a diverse perspective to offer customers competitively designed market-driven products.
Nissan is committed to encouraging relationships with diverse suppliers. This commitment is grounded in the definition of women, minority and veteran owned business enterprises as developed by Women Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Canada Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC), and the National Gay Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC).
Nissan is pleased to announce that we are migrating to a new supplier registration platform. The new system will make your registration experience simple, efficient, and hassle-free. We will update this web page with a link to the new registration system by October. For any support related enquiries, you may reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re working at the local and national level to support our communities through various partnerships and funding programs. Our partners include:
100 Black Men Of Middle Tennessee
Out & Equal
Society Of Professional Hispanic Engineers (SHPE)
Tennessee Latin American Chamber Of Commerce (TLACC)
Black Girls CODE
Nashville LGBT Chamber Of Commerce (NLGBTCC)
National Association For The Advancement Of Colored People (NAACP)
National Urban League (NUL)
United Negro College Fund (UNCF)
League Of United Latin American Citizens National Education Service Centers (LNESC)
National Society Of Black Engineers Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (NSBE SEEK)
The mission of the Nissan Foundation is to build community by valuing cultural diversity. Created in 1992 as a compassionate response to the Rodney King trial verdict and subsequent riots in Southern California, the Nissan Foundation awards grants each summer to organizations promoting respect and understanding among cultural and ethnic groups.
Nissan recognizes the importance and value of a diverse workforce. We demonstrate this through our minority recruitment and retention efforts. Moreover, we're committed to finding ways to create career opportunities for our employees who have both the desire to grow in a supportive and collaborative business environment.
Our diversity education programs reinforce Nissan’s commitment to diversity, while ensuring that employees have the skills and knowledge to carry out their individual responsibilities. The program communicates the importance of establishing a respectful work environment that maximizes the performance of every employee and enhances the company's ability to attract and retain the best talent. The emphasis on understanding, valuing and leveraging differences is also linked to our ability to compete effectively in an ever-changing marketplace.
NISSAN SUPPORTS EQUALITY NATIONWIDE
Nissan’s commitment to the LGBTQ+ community starts with our own employees. The company strives to ensure internal policies and benefit packages that are inclusive of everyone. Prior to the recent landmark Supreme Court decision extending workplace protections to cover gay and transgender workers, Nissan already had corporate policies in place in the U.S. protecting sexual orientation, gender expression and gender identity from discrimination.
We’re proud of our Gay Straight Alliance at Nissan—an internal organization created to help build a respectful, inclusive and supportive work environment for all Nissan employees, vendor partners and customers. This team drives engagement within the community with groups such as Out and Equal and the Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Nissan is a proud supporter of Pride events across the U.S., but our Pride is not isolated to only one month out of the year. Our Pride lasts all year long.
BUSINESS SYNERGY TEAMS (BSTs)
Business Synergy Teams (BST) connect diverse groups of employees, with shared characteristics or interests, into high-functioning groups. These BSTs focus on supporting the member’s achievement of professional goals, through educational events, networking, enhancing business activities and decisions, and serving the communities in which we live. Since the first BST launched in 2007, Nissan employees have embraced these groups and have BSTs at every major U.S. location.
Founded in 2007, our purpose is to provide our members networking, professional development and community involvement opportunities.
VBST goals are to engage employee veterans and seek opportunities to support and promote military activities within our Nissan community.
To enhance the Nissan experience across all employee generations.
• GAY STRAIGHT ALLIANCE
GSAN serves to be a catalyst for a culture of equality at Nissan that provides a safe, respectful, inclusive and supportive environment for all LGBT employees, vendor partners and customers along with their allies
• WELLNESS AT WORK
Our purpose is to promote a worksite culture that encourages and supports the employees’ desire to choose a healthy lifestyle.
Our purpose is to promote and support diversity and inclusion within Nissan and the communities that we work and live.
Brings visibility and transparency to the company and community’s sustainability and environmental initiatives.
Celebrates humanity by promoting respect, awareness, and inclusion of all belief systems through giving back to our local communities and at Nissan.
• NISSAN ALLIANCE OF PARENTS
Strives to assist employees in finding work-life balance, allowing members to be strong parents and dedicated employees.
Synchronizing quality of life with quality of work
Nissan values inclusion in all areas of our business as we strive to mirror the diversity of our customer base and the communities where we do business. 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.
NNA has a longstanding relationship with the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers (NAMAD) to ensure progress toward achieving a common goal of increasing the number of ethnic-minority owned dealerships in Nissan’s dealer network to better reflect the ethnic diversity among Nissan’s consumer base. Nissan supports the efforts of NAMAD in principle as well as financially through an annual corporate sponsorship.
Since the early 80’s Nissan has utilized a nationally recognized college internship program to identify and prepare talented students for Nissan employment. Through partnerships with minority organizations and numerous scholarship programs, Nissan aims to develop and place minority youth into the business and prepare them for corporate and community leadership.