The logo adopted by the Mitsui Fudosan Group as a management philosophy represents the principles of coexisting in harmony with society, linking diverse values, and achieving a sustainable society. At Mitsui Fudosan, we are taking "workstyle reform" as a key initiative, and building an organization that allows personnel with diverse values, skills, and lifestyles to fully realize their individual capabilities, so we can respond to dramatically changing social needs and create new value.
Our Efforts to Promote Active Roles for Diverse Employees
Mitsui Fudosan has established an environment and institutional systems which allow people to work with respect for their individual values and lifestyles, regardless of sex, life events, or the existence of time constraints. Specific programs are as follows.
- In-office nurseries
- System for childrearing-father training leave (leave to support men's participation in childcare)
- Spouse maternity leave
- Subsidy system for babysitter and after-school childcare expenses
- Work-at-home system
- Flex-time system for reduced working hours during childcare
- Childcare leave that can be used for up to three years, longer than the legally mandated period
- Childbirth and childcare interview system
Mitsui Fudosan has received Eruboshi certification from the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare. This system allows companies that have filed based on the Act on Promotion of Active Participation by Women in their Work Life, which came into effect on April 1, 2016, and met certain criteria, to be certified as outstanding in terms of implementation of measures to promote active roles for women.
Goals for Promoting Active Roles for Women
- Promoting workstyle reform to lay the groundwork for active participation by diverse personnel including women.
- Aiming to raise the number of women in management positions to more than 3 times the level in fiscal 2015 by 2020.
Percentage of Women in General and Management Positions
(As of April 1, including dispatched employees)
Employment of Seniors
In order to ensure the sustainable growth of our company, and in line with the increased desire of seniors who have a wealth of knowledge and expertise to work with stability and peace of mind, we have raised the age of mandatory retirement from 60 to 65.
Employment of People with Disabilities
We are continually working to employ people with disabilities, based on perspectives such as corporate social responsibility and diversity, and going forward, we will continue developing an organization where diverse personnel can realize their capabilities to the fullest. In addition to Mitsui Fudosan Facilities Challenged*1, which we established in fiscal 2006, we launched the Challenged Center*2 within Mitsui Fudosan in fiscal 2018 to further promote employment of people with disabilities and provide them with work experience opportunities.
*1: A special subsidiary of Mitsui Fudosan Facilities (a 100% subsidiary of Mitsui Fudosan).
*2: A center composed of employees with intellectual disabilities and full-time advisors, integrating and undertaking fixed jobs from various divisions.