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Is Nissan really a fair trade company?

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Elias Quinones

on 10 March 2016

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Mission Statement
"Nissan provides unique and innovative automotive products and services that deliver superior measurable values to all stakeholders in alliance with Renault"
"Enriching peoples lives"
CEO: $8 Million
Is Nissan really a fair trade company?
Nissan appears to be a great company making safe, fast, and quality cars. However, all great companies have to have a bit of a dark side. After Nissan was reorganized after World War II, the new management of the company adopted a tough line with the labor unions that were being created with the encouragement of the U.S. occupation authorities. Then Executive Director Katsuji Kawamata forced the company's union to accept the dismissals of more than 1,700 workers in 1949.
Workers: Nissan says production workers in Canton now make an average of $24.47 an hour, while maintenance workers make $28.49, on average. In Smyrna, the company says production workers make $26.47 on average, while maintenance workers make $30.49 on average.
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