Providing Work Environment That Supports Employees’ Personal Growth (Charter VI)

We act in accordance with the Daigas Group Charter of Business Conduct to contribute to the realization of a sustainable society.

■ Materiality of Charter Ⅵ

Charter of Business Conduct Important Issues (Materiality) Value for a sustainable future Initiatives to create value for a sustainable future Indicators Goals Fiscal Year to be achieved
Providing work environment that supports employees’ personal growth Employee engagement Building foundations that support the realization of value for a sustainable future Create a workplace where employees can feel a sense of fulfillment Attitude survey (Loyalty Score) Maintained and improved employee engagement FY2031.3
Development of employee skills Annual average hours of training per employee Implementation of human resource development and work environment improvement FY2031.3
Diversity and inclusion Promote diversity and inclusion Percentage of women in 1. executives, 2. members newly promoted to the middle management positions, and 3. new recruits for career-track positions 1. 20% or more
2. 30% or more
3. Continue 30% or more
FY2031.3

Employee Engagement (FY2022)

Materiality Indicators

Management Approach

Why the topic is material

In the Daigas Group Corporate Principles, the Group declares its aim to create “value for society,” “value for shareholders,” and “value for employees,” as well as “value for customers,” its top priority. Based on the belief that developing human and intellectual capital is a source of value creation, the Daigas Group considers it important to implement better measures to promote a workplace culture where employees can take on challenging work.

Boundary

Within the Group

Management systems and performance

Indicator (GRI Standards: Not applicable (General disclosure item: 102-43))

Creating a workplace where employees can feel a sense of fulfillment (Employee awareness survey (Loyalty score))

Commitment

The Daigas Group is striving to become a company that promotes the growth of its employees through work by enhancing its personnel system to respect individuality and initiative and creating an environment in which the safety and physical/mental health of employees are ensured and diverse talent can play an active role.

(International and domestic standards)

  • ・U.N. Global Compact
  • ・Labor Standards Act
  • ・Act for Measures to Support the Development of the Next Generation
  • ・Act on the Promotion of Women’s Participation and Advancement in the Workplace

(In-house policy and standards)

  • ・Daigas Group Code of Business Conduct
  • ・Daigas Group Diversity Promotion Policy
  • ・Daigas Group Human Rights Policy
Responsibilities

In addition to the system for “Employee Capacity Development,” the Daigas Group has established the Daigas Group Safety and Health Council to discuss measures for and share information about industrial accident prevention and health maintenance and enhancement.

■ Daigas Group Health and Safety Action Promotion System

Daigas Group Health and Safety Action Promotion System
Performance

To be reported in FY2023.

Specific actions taken regarding materiality

To be reported in FY2023.

Development of Employee Skills (FY2022)

Materiality Indicators

Management Approach

Why the topic is material

In the Daigas Group Corporate Principles, the Group declares its aim to create “value for society,” “value for shareholders,” and “value for employees,” as well as “value for customers,” its top priority. We believe that developing human and intellectual capital is a source of value creation. The Daigas Group's Long-Term Management Vision 2030 lists the promotion of work style reform and development of human resources as important goals to be attained by that year. We consider it vital to develop personnel who are capable of working actively in a rapidly changing business environment, and to that end we offer a range of training and educational programs aimed at developing individual capabilities.

Boundary

Within the Group

Management systems and performance

Indicator (GRI Standards: 404-1)

Creating a workplace where employees can feel a sense of fulfillment (Average hours of training per year per employee)

Commitment

By declaring in the Daigas Group Code of Business Conduct our intention to create a workplace in which employees can work with peace of mind, the Group is committed to respecting the individuality of its employees and developing their careers and skills to enable diverse personnel to reach their full potential.

(International and domestic standards)

  • ・U.N. Global Compact
  • ・Act for Measures to Support the Development of the Next Generation
  • ・Act on the Promotion of Women’s Participation and Advancement in the Workplace

(In-house policy and standards)

  • ・Daigas Group Code of Business Conduct
  • ・Daigas Group Diversity Promotion Policy
Responsibilities

The personnel system of the Daigas Group helps all employees understand their roles and expectations through meetings with their managers, who serve as personnel development advisors, and allows employees to choose their own development course to pursue. We offer a wide range of training programs for all positions and job descriptions, in addition to the training system for each development course. These include training programs by level—junior/new, mid-level, managerial, etc.—along with self-directed training. Overseas business training is also provided to develop personnel who can play an active role globally.

Performance

To be reported in FY2023.

Specific actions taken regarding materiality

To be reported in FY2023.

Diversity and Inclusion (FY2022)

Materiality Indicators

Management Approach

Why the topic is material

In order to expand into new fields of business, it is vital to build a corporate infrastructure that promotes diversity and allows everyone to participate. The Daigas Group recognizes the need for the Group to foster a corporate culture that encourages the free expression of opinions and a transformation into a corporate entity that promotes diversity in its ranks and corporate structure in a way that encourages employees to maximize their potential, irrespective of gender, age, physical ability, or nationality. This intention is spelled out in the Daigas Group Diversity Promotion Policy. 

Boundary

Within the Group

Management systems and performance

Indicator (GRI Standards: 405-1)

Achievement of diversity and inclusion (Percentage of female executives, women promoted to management positions, and women hired for career-track positions)

Commitment

The Daigas Group has formulated the Daigas Group Diversity Promotion Policy with the aim of creating a strong organization that can create new value. The Policy guides us to be a corporate group that can accept diverse values by respecting and approving diverse human resources without discrimination.

(International and domestic standards)

  • ・U.N. Global Compact
  • ・Act for Measures to Support the Development of the Next Generation
  • ・Act on the Promotion of Women’s Participation and Advancement in the Workplace

(In-house policy and standards)

  • ・Daigas Group Code of Business Conduct
  • ・Daigas Group Diversity Promotion Policy
  • ・Daigas Group Human Rights Policy
Responsibilities

In the area of diversity and equal opportunity, we take action across the organization in line with the UN Global Compact, related laws, and the Daigas Group Diversity Promotion Policy to make improvements in recruitment, the development of human resources, and the workplace environment.

Performance

To be reported in FY2023.

Specific actions taken regarding materiality

To be reported in FY2023.


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