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Basic Policy on Health and Productivity Management

Tokyo Century will work alongside customers in pursuit of their growth as a highly specialized and unique financial services company and will contribute to the creation of an environmentally sound, sustainable economy and society. Under this management philosophy, we intend to achieve further growth and increase our corporate value by promoting partnership strategies to continue creating new businesses. To this end, it is important to develop an environment in which all of our human resources, who represent our greatest assets, can work vigorously in good health, both physically and mentally, and fully demonstrate their individuality and all their abilities. We therefore strive to maintain and improve the wellbeing of our officers and employees and their families with the recognition that health management is a corporate management issue.

1. Fostering health awareness

We will provide information on mental and physical wellbeing and support the self-sustaining efforts of each officer and employee to foster awareness of prioritizing health.

2. Identifying health issues

We will strive to understand issues identified from the results of physical checkups and stress checks.

3. Health management and measures

We will take action to improve and rectify each health issue and properly manage health-related information.

4. Supporting the balance between work and treatment of disease

We will promote initiatives for preventing and detecting diseases at an early stage while supporting the balance between work and treatment of disease.

Health and Productivity Management Initiatives

1. Fostering health awareness

(1) Collaborate with health insurance associations to help form sound habits by providing applications that encourage healthy activities.
(2) Establish a basic policy on health and productivity management and publicly disclose health management initiatives both inside and outside the company.
(3) Work with industrial physicians and health nurses to continue to provide information through e-learning and other means to raise health awareness.
(4) Introduce a basic policy for affiliated companies to share information on the details of the initiatives.
(5) Disseminate information on our initiatives both internally and externally through our corporate website.

2. Identifying health issues

(1) Conduct regular physical checkups, aiming for 100% participation.
(2) Implement stress checks, aiming for 100% participation.
(3) Disclose the results of regular physical checkups and stress checks both internally and externally.

3. Health management and measures

(1) Provide specific health guidance to officers and employees diagnosed with metabolic syndrome as a result of regular physical checkups.
(2) Provide opportunities to see industrial physicians for employees who have been diagnosed with high stress as a result of stress checks.
(3) Establish and publicize a health consultation service by the Human Resources Department, industrial physicians, and health nurses for employees to consult about their mental and physical health concerns or questions.
(4) Properly manage the working hours of all employees to prevent long working hours.
(5) Recommend that employees telework, stagger their work hours, or take hourly leave to prevent coronavirus infections.
(6) Subsidize the cost of medical examinations for officers and employees identified as needing a re-examination or more thorough examination as a result of regular physical checkups.
(7) Set KPIs to improve dietary habits and reduce smoking rates and release the results both internally and externally.

4. Supporting the balance between work and treatment of disease

(1) Recommend that employees telework, stagger their work hours, or take hourly leave so they can continue to work while receiving treatment for disease.
(2) Establish and help with a return-to-work support system for employees on mental health leave so they can easily return to work.
(3) Adopt an orphans’ pension program to provide education funds for the children of employees in the event of death or severe disability so they can confidently work for their families without concern.
(4) Recommend and subsidize voluntary medical examinations such as complete medical checkups and cancer exams to detect and treat diseases at an early stage.
(5) Expand the special reserve leave system to help employees continue to work insofar as possible while undergoing infertility treatment.

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