We have been implementing various measures such as creating a workplace where women can play an active role and various training programs.
As a result of these activities, the ratio of female employees in career-track positions has increased from 5.9% (FY 2016) to 8.8% (FY 2020), which is in line with the target of "increasing the ratio of female employees in career-track positions to 8% by 2021" set in the action plan.
Female employees in career-track positions are taking a leading role in sales, R&D, management, production, and many other departments.
In addition, we are disseminating information on women's activities, such as by increasing opportunities for female employees to share their experiences at company information sessions for students. We will continue to implement initiatives to further promote the activities of women.
♦ Actively accept female students for internships.
♦ Introduce active female employees (sales, engineers, etc.) in the recruitment information media for students. Also, increase opportunities for female employees to talk about their experiences at company information sessions.
♦ Conduct interviews and questionnaires with employees.
- Conduct internal awareness surveys on the promotion of gender equality, and reflect the information collected in the content of activities.
♦ Conduct lectures and round-table discussions.
- Conduct lectures by a female board member on the theme of gender equality.
♦ Conducted a training program "Thinking about Your Career" for male and female employees.
♦ Conducted a training program on diversity and inclusion for managers and supervisors.