Antiperovskite manganese nitride compounds possess the saturation characteristics of the mean free path at an approximate room temperature. Therefore, such compounds show a flat resistance-temperature curve at an approximate room temperature. In this paper, we propose a manganese nitride resistor for high-thermal-stability systems. We fabricated and evaluated the micro/nanoscale manganese nitride compound resistors using the complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor-compatible process. The thermal coefficient of the fabricated manganese nitride compound resistor was as low as that of other near-zero temperature-coefficient of resistivity materials. These results indicate that manganese nitride compounds can achieve higher thermal stability.