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Progress Report: Nissan Ahead of Corporate Japan in Managerial Opportunities for Women
Nissan Motor Co., one of Japan's leading companies and maker of automobiles sold around the world, is also recognized as one of Japan's most diverse corporations.
 
Today throughout corporate Japan just 3.1% of all managers are women. Nissan has set a goal of 10% of managerial jobs to be held by women by April 2017, and the company is closing the gap fast. As of April 2015, 8.2% of all managerial posts in the company are held by women.
 
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Nissan Named a Women-Friendly 'Nadeshiko Brand' by Tokyo Stock Exchange
Nissan has been recognized as a "Nadeshiko Brand" by the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) for its efforts as a company that is supportive of women in the workplace.
 
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03
FEB
2015
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Davos 2015 Wrap-Up: The value of Davos for the Alliance

Davos 2015 Wrap-Up: The value of Davos for the Alliance
Contacts. Presence. Megatrends. Change. A global perspective. Whether its Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn’s participation in a panel discussion on the BRICS or serving warm cocoa and chocolate chips cookies courtesy of the LEAF’s battery power, the Alliance successfully leveraged the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting Davos 2015 to promote its commitment to sustainability, gender parity and global growth.
 
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Davos Buzz: Nissan Vice Chairman Toshiyuki Shiga on the Japanese economy

From snowy Davos to Asia, Toshiyuki Shiga, the Vice Chairman of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. comments on the progress made to increase the number of women in Japan's workforce and how businesses can work with the government to reinvigorate the Japanese economy.  

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Davos Buzz : Marie-Françoise Damesin gives three reasons why women are important in the auto industry

Live from Davos, Marie-Françoise Damesin, Executive Vice-President of both Alliance and Renault Human Resources highlights three very important reasons why women are essential to the automotive industry.

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22
JAN
2015
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Cultural diversity makes the Alliance what it is

Cultural diversity makes the Alliance what it is
Renault is a French company. Nissan is a Japanese one. You might think, therefore, that the men and women in charge are mainly French or Japanese respectively.
 
Think again. In fact, the Alliance companies are industry leaders when it comes to cultural diversity in the workplace… and that’s especially true in the boardroom.
 
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21
JAN
2015
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

How The Alliance is narrowing the gender divide

How The Alliance is narrowing the gender divide
Nissan Foundation promotes cultural diversity through awards to nonprofits
Gender diversity in the workplace is a hot topic in boardrooms across the globe. But at The Renault-Nissan Alliance we don’t just talk about it… we practice what we preach.
 
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21
JAN
2015
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Buying a new car? It's ladies first!

Buying a new car? It's ladies first!
When it comes to buying new cars, it’s men that make all the decisions, right? Wrong… with a capital W. In fact research has shown that, worldwide, 80 per cent of all car buying decisions are influenced by women.
 
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Takao Asami speaks at World Economic Forum's Summer Davos in Tianjin China

The auto industry can no longer afford to neglect the needs of women, who today influence 80 percent of new car purchases globally, said Takao Asami, Alliance Global Vice President for Research and Advanced Engineering.

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