With SocietyTogether with Our Employees
Aiming to be an organization filled with vitality and dynamism, Tokyo Century Group maintains an environment which enables each and every employee to demonstrate their abilities to the maximum.
Work Style Reform Action Plan
Tokyo Century Corporation has drawn up Work Style Reform Action Plan in March 30, 2018. Through the plan, Tokyo Century will promote employees’ physical and mental health and higher productivity that allow individual employee to work in a diverse, flexible work style to accelerate the business and growth of the company.
Employee Health and Safety
In order to improve the rate of employees receiving regular physical examinations, Tokyo Century continuously conducts such initiatives as having superiors notify subordinates who have not yet received an exam and reporting the state of examination rates at officer meetings. As a result of these efforts, the rate for regular physical exams for employees, which was 90% in FY 2013, reached 100% in FY2014 and has since been maintained (excluding employees on childcare leave). In addition, Tokyo Century provides required immunizations for overseas employees and their families in the countries where they reside as well as physical examinations once or twice per year in their country of residence or Japan depending on sanitary conditions and medical care levels in their country of residence.
Reduction of Long Working Hours and Work-Life Balance
Tokyo Century promotes work streamlining and strives to improve work-life balance through such means as ensuring sufficient time for self-development, family, and friends by reducing overtime hours. Particularly during summer (July – August), a time when the government urges electricity conservation, Tokyo Century promotes leaving the office on time, as well as following Cool Biz protocols.
In addition, based on the Labour Standards Act, Tokyo Century has concluded an Agreement on Overtime Work and Working on Holidays (so called “36 Agreement”) with the labor union.
At Tokyo Century, we pay employees at least the legal minimum wage and does not practice unreasonable wage reduction.
Employment of Disabled Persons
Tokyo Century seeks talented individuals from an extensive array of backgrounds and actively employs disabled persons in order to provide a space where highly motivated people can flourish. Tokyo Century also meets the standards for number of disabled people employed as established in the Act on the Promotion of Employment for Disabled Persons (disabled person employment rate as of March 31, 2018: 2.65%［Non-consolidated］).
|Number of employees||Total||1,000||1,021||1,032||1,016|
|Average age of employees||Total||42.0||42.6||42.5||42.3|
|Average years of service||Total||16.4 years||17.0 years||16.8 years||16.6 years|
|Men||17.3 years||17.8 years||17.5 years||17.3 years|
|Women||14.1 years||14.9 years||15.1 years||15.0 years|
Note: As of March 31 of each fiscal year
Tokyo Century Family Day
At Tokyo Century, we hold the “Family Day” to invite employees’ children to their parents’ workplace during their school summer holidays, as part of our initiatives to promote diversity. After a short briefing on the company, the children cultivated their understanding of the company through activities including interacting with their parents’ superiors and colleagues by exchanging business cards(*) specially made for the day. Also, the employees went back home earlier with their children on the day, in order to cultivate their awareness of work-life balance. Tokyo Century has been taking an initiative to develop employees’ working motivations by tightening their family ties through the Family Day event.
A total of 15 children from 11 families participated in the family day event on August 2018.
*The children’s business cards were made from recycled paper using the SEIKO Epson PaperLab, an office papermaking system.