DiversityPlatinum Kurumin Certification
Tokyo Century was granted the Platinum Kurumin certification by the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare.
Under the Kurumin system, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare accredits companies, which have achieved objectives included in their General Employer Action Plans, that was formed based on the Act on Advancement of Measures to Support Raising Next-Generation Children, and meet the certain standards. Among other Kurumin certified companies, Tokyo Century was acclaimed for its promotion in introducing and utilizing support systems for balancing work and private life through its further advancing effort, and granted the Platinum Kurumin certification.
Receiving the Platinum Kurumin certification, Tokyo Century remain committed to cultivating a corporate culture that allows diverse human resources to fully demonstrate their skills and personalities, and we will build a company where all officers and employees can hone their expertise and experience growth as well as a sense of pride as stated in the company’s management policy.
Action Plan Based on the Act on Advancement of Measures to Support Raising Next-Generation Children
Tokyo Century compiles the following action plan to aim for creating a workplace environment for every employee to be able to exhibit their talents at a maximum level as appropriate according to individual life circumstances without feeling insecure.
1. Duration of the plan
April 1, 2019 - March 31, 2022 (for three years)
2. Details of the plan
○ Improve the employment environment in order to support employees bringing up children to be able to balance their work and private life.
Objective 1: Adopt a system of re-employment for the employees who have left Tokyo Century for childcare and promote the understanding of employees.
● From April 2019: Adopt a system of “re-employment” and promote the understanding of employees through a company portal etc.
○ Improve various labour conditions in place to promote work style reform
Objective 2: Adopt a system of staggered work hours (moving up & down of starting and finishing time of work）and promote the understanding of employees.
● From April 2019: Adopt staggered working hours system and promote use of this system and understanding of employees through a company portal etc.
Objective 3: Encourage employees to take and have the average employee annual leave rate at least 70% of days conferred.
● From April 2019: Encourage employees to take paid leave by using the annual paid leave calendar for every employee to take paid leave in accordance with individual schedule.
● From April 2019: Encourage employees to take paid leaves at the period of consecutive leaves in summer holiday, the year-end and new-year holiday, and the week studded with holidays.