Human Rights for the Employees

Labor Union Relations

Shindengen and the Group (domestic) actively ensure there is a forum available for discussion between Labor Unions, Shindengen employees and Management. We strive to provide our employees with a positive, safe workplace, through regularly holding meetings with labor management councils, in efforts to achieve mutually beneficial results. Shindengen has signed a collective agreement with the Labor Union to guarantee the rights of all members.

Employee Consultation

The Shindengen Group (domestic) has established a consultation window where employees and their families can receive specialist counselor advice for daily anxiety, stress and other troubles.
Mental health education workshops are also provided to all employees. Since FY2016, annual stress checks (under the Occupational Health and Safety Act) have been performed and reported to the Labor Standards Inspection Office to identify, manage and ultimately reduce the risk of mental health problems of our employees.

Zero Tolerance for Sexual and Power Harassment

The Shindengen Group has a zero-tolerance policy towards sexual harassment and/or power harassment. Group Action Guidelines are in place to effectively manage any instances of such harassment.

Human Rights Awareness Initiatives

The Shindengen Group is committed to raising awareness and respect for human rights through CSR training courses. In FY2015, CSR education covered introductions of CSR activities by showing case examples of employment, tax payment, and volunteer. Likewise, CSR awareness raising of poverty, labor exploitation, LGBT by showing respects toward international standards (ILO core labor standards). In FY2016, CSR education covered the human rights topic of UN’s SDGs. We are committed to actively sharing human rights information through CSR workshops, the intranet and company newsletters.

  • CSR Education Activities
    CSR Education Activities

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