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Basic Approach and Initiatives

In our CSR Code of Conduct, we stipulate respect for human rights and prohibit discrimination. We strive to be a company that understands and accepts diverse values, and where no person is discriminated against based on gender, age, nationality, or other attribute.
Based on this policy, we aim to encourage employees to continually evolve by pursuing high goals based on independent thinking, by building a human resource system in which employees take on challenges without fear of failure and gain a sense of accomplishment, and by creating a comfortable working environment that values dialogue.

*At Zeon, we use “employee” to describe all workers, including both permanent and part-time workers.

Basic Approach and Initiatives

Targets and Results

Enterprise Blueprint for 2020
To meet the expectations of society
Details of current activities and results
(△: Ongoing, ■: Completed)
Future initiatives and targets
Employment discrimination is eliminated, and equal employment opportunities are established (hiring)
△Hiring of non-Japanese employees (mid-career employees, exchange students)
△Expand re-employment system for employees reaching the age of mandatory retirement

FY 2016 Results
No. of employees rehired after mandatory retirement: 67 (82.7%)
Expand hiring without regard for gender, nationality, race, age, disability, or other personal attribute
Create the Supply Chain CSR Survey Database of labor practices at business partners
Labor conditions and social protections
Workplaces are re-energized by promoting diversity and the fair and equitable treatment of personnel (appointments)
△Appropriately implement HR systems (self-assessments, evaluation system, etc.)
△Support for employee skills and career development
△Appropriately implement regulations for harassment prevention
△MD Committee activities by women members (including dialogue between senior management and women employees)
△Promotion of employment for people with disabilities

FY 2016 Results
●Percentage of employees with disabilities: 2.20%
Advance diversity management
Appoint more women employees to higher positions
Appoint more employees who are non-Japanese nationals to higher positions
Advance employment of older persons
Create a systematic professional development system (including language education and overseas assignments)
Labor conditions and social protections
Promote work–life balance (harmony between work and life) to enable people to work while also caring for children and/or sick parents
■Flex time system and discretionary labor system using the project-operations model
■Draft the general employer’s action plan under the Law for Measures to Support the Development of the Next Generation
■Acquire the Kurumin mark in Japan
△Childcare support systems (shortened working hours, overtime restrictions and exemptions, sick care leave, breast feeding time, etc.)
△Return-to-work program for employees taking childcare and caregiving leave
Pursue improved work and time off balance (promote taking of annual paid vacation)
Promote taking of childcare leave
Improve use of caregiving leave
Study telecommuting system

CSR Report 2017

The CSR Report provides more detailed information on FY 2016 initiatives.

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