Nissan Japan Will Recruit Contract Workers to Become Permanent Employees Despite a 600 Billion Yen Deficit

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Nissan Will Recruit Contract Workers to Become Permanent Employees

GEALENATOKYO – Nissan Will Recruit Contract Workers to Become Permanent Employees. Nissan Motor’s Japan headquarters is estimated to have a deficit of more than 600 billion yen. But will still recruit around 800 contract workers to become permanent employees on April 1.

“Nissan Motor’s decision to appoint about 800 administrative contract employees such as the head office and research and development facilities will become full employees starting April 1, Tuesday (19/1/2021).

The goal of keeping employees is said to be to restore business performance.

“We aim to have experienced personnel working as long as possible,” he said.

Nissan Motor’s decision to make employees on permanent contracts. Namely, those currently working at the head office, factory, and research and development facilities in the City of Yokohama became permanent employees in April this year.

The target is for all Nissan contract employees, around 800 people in charge of administrative work in departments. Such as accounting and human resources.

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Nissan, which continues to suffer from sluggish sales. Had a bad business performance last year when management was confused over the case of former chairman Ghosn. and is expected to have a final deficit of over 600 billion yen this year due to the effects of the coronavirus.

In domestic enterprises, the spring labor competition spring labor-management negotiations will start now. But Keidanren (Federation of Japanese economic organizations). Is expected to demonstrate a cautious policy of raising wages uniformly due to the effects of the coronavirus.

With so many companies in a difficult situation, how much work to maintain will also be the focus of discussion in the near future.

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