Honda employs more than 29,500 associates in the U.S.

Data Points

$2.2 billion payroll

Jobs in Manufacturing Represent More Than 70% of Honda's Direct U.S. Employment

70%

30%

Sales, Finance, & R&D

Manufacturing

Datapoint Employment
  • Associates in Diverse Sectors

    Honda associates work across all sectors—sales and service, manufacturing, research and development, engineering, and finance.

  • No Layoffs in More Than 50 Years

    Honda has had no layoffs in more than 50 years of operations in the U.S.

  • $2.2 Billion

    2015 U.S. payroll reached $2.2 billion.

  • Manufacturing Jobs

    Jobs in manufacturing represent more than 70% of Honda's direct U.S. employment.

  • 158,000 Jobs

    Honda automobile, powersports, and power equipment dealerships provide 158,000 jobs in the U.S., creating a positive economic impact on communities across the nation.

  • 596 U.S. OEM Suppliers

    Honda's 596 U.S. OEM suppliers provide tens of thousands of jobs in the U.S.

Total Direct U.S. Employment

Honda's Total Direct U.S. Employment Reached More Than 29,500 Associates in 2015

Associates in Thousands

Company

Location (Production Started)

Employment

  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc.
  • Marysville Auto Plant
  • Marysville, OH (1982)

4,000

  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc.
  • East Liberty Auto Plant
  • East Liberty, OH (1989)

2,250

  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc.
  • Performance Manufacturing
  • Marysville, OH (2016)

100

Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC

  • Lincoln, AL (2001)

4,500

Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC

  • Greensburg, IN (2008)

2,300

Honda of South Carolina Mfg., Inc.

  • Timmonsville, SC (1998)

875

Honda Power Equipment Mfg., Inc.

  • Swepsonville, NC (1984)

725

  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc.
  • Anna Engine Plant
  • Anna, OH (1985)

2,850

Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.

  • Russells Point, OH (1996)

1,150

Honda Precision Parts of Georgia, LLC

  • Tallapoosa, GA (2006)

475

Honda Aircraft Company, LLC

  • Greensboro, NC (2012)

1,700

Honda Aero, Inc.

  • Burlington, NC (2014)

85

*includes associates in support areas

Manufacturing Ergonomics

Honda’s production associates work with Honda engineers to develop original technologies to improve the safety and ergonomics of manufacturing procedures. Honda associates and engineers collaborated with The Ohio State University to create the “Superseat,” a chair that provides associates easy maneuverability inside the Odyssey minivan frame as it moves along the assembly line at Honda's Lincoln, Alabama auto plant.
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