Management Structure

Nisso Group Charter of Corporate Behavior -NISSO's Promise-

Formulated October 1, 2016

The Nisso Group respects basic human rights and maintains work environments that can be used safely and healthily, in addition to developing fair and sincere corporate activities with the aim of creating enriched lives.
In addition to complying with laws and regulations, as a company that possesses high ethical standards, accepts diverse sets of values, and prizes the sense of fulfillment and job satisfaction of each individual, we pledge to take responsible actions, and have established the "Nisso Group Charter of Corporate Behavior".

Scope of Application
This Charter shall be applicable to all officers and employees working at NISSO CORPORATION and its affiliates.

Regarding the Enforcement of the Charter
Officers and employees shall comply with this Charter, and strive to ensure that all people involved with the Nisso Group, including clients, business partners and shareholders, understand the purpose of this Charter, and be able to receive cooperation from them.
Officers and executives shall be obligated to take the initiative in the establishment, and the understanding and dissemination of this Charter both internally and externally.

<Sincere Business Activities>
・By positioning the improvement of our clients' satisfaction as the basis of our activities, we shall constantly strive for ingenuity and enhancement, and provide services that are beneficial to our clients.
・We shall fully utilize the organization and functions of the entire company in order to address problems that may arise in the workplace.
・We shall conduct fair and transparent corporate activities, and constantly strive to enhance corporate values and redistribute profits appropriately.
・We shall create employment through our businesses, and strive to actively contribute to society as a support function for the self-fulfillment of workers.
<Respect for Human Rights>
・We shall respect the international norms on human rights, and shall not participate in any action that may interfere with or impede human rights.
・We shall respect fundamental human rights, the diversity and individuality of employees, and shall not prejudice nor discriminate against individuals by reasons such as race, nationality, creed, gender, religion, physical characteristics, personal possessions, birthplace, etc.
・We shall comply with labor laws and regulations related to working conditions such as employment and wages. We shall not allow for child labor of those below the minimum age for employment, nor forced or unfair labor that is against the intentions of employees.
In addition, we shall not purchase materials or products, etc., produced through child labor or forced labor.
<Communication with Society and Information Disclosure・Information Protection>
・We shall manage company information appropriately, and disclose information deemed to be necessary in a prompt, adequate and accurate manner.
・We shall thoroughly protect and manage various kinds of information, including personal and client information, as well as intellectual property rights, and shall not unjustly infringe upon nor use such information.
<Exclusion of Anti-social Forces>
・We shall take a resolute stance against anti-social forces and organizations, and shall not respond to any unjust or unlawful demands.
<Creation of a Vibrant Workplace>
・We shall respect the existence of each employee, and actively create opportunities to maximize the abilities of each individual.
・We shall create a lively and vibrant working environment where employees can speak freely.
・We shall value our stance of seeking the reform and innovation of employees, and nurture employees who will lead the next generation.
・We shall respect fundamental labor rights, such as the right for employees to unite and/or bargain collectively, and shall not infringe upon such fundamental labor rights.
<Securement of Safety and Initiatives for the Environment>
・We shall recognize the importance of environmental problems, utilize resources effectively, promote energy conservation and actively address environmental improvement.
・We shall regard safety and "no accidents" as societal responsibilities, and strive to ensure safety not only during working hours, but also during commuting times.
<Responsibilities of Management>
・We shall consider the securement of safety and the maintenance of health of employees as a top priority, and shall spare no investment of management resources to maintain and improve the lives of employees.
・When operating the company, we shall listen to both internal and external comments/opinions with sincerity, and choose the best ways to fulfill our social responsibilities.
<Responses to the Occurrence of Problems>
・In the event of an incident or problem that contravenes this Charter, management shall show their determination to resolve such issues both internally and externally, take the initiative to promptly and reliably respond to such matters, and endeavor to investigate its cause and prevent its recurrence.
In addition, management shall disclose such information and fulfill their accountability to society in a prompt and accurate manner, and implement strict disciplinary measures, including on themselves, upon clarifying the authority and responsibility of those involved.

Nisso Group Employee Code of Conduct -My Behavior-

Formulated April 1, 2017

For the realization of the spirit of the Nisso Group Charter of Corporate Behavior, as a standard of behavior that officers and employees of the Group should uphold on a daily basis, a more specific "Nisso Group Employee Code of Conduct" has been established.
Officers and employees must recognize that they are responsible for compliance with this Code of Conduct, and act accordingly.

<Sincere Business Activities>
・We shall conduct fair and transparent transactions based on law and ethics and strive to gain the confidence of society as a whole.
・We shall maintain sound and moderate relationships with stakeholders, and shall not accept entertainment, gifts, or money for the purpose of acquiring unfair profits.
・We shall respond to the voices of clients' with integrity, and reflect such actions in the provision of services and the improvement of business operations in the future.
・We shall observe the Charter of Corporate Behavior, laws, rules of employment, internal regulations, etc., and act with dignity and discipline.
<Respect for Human Rights>
・We shall abolish discrimination based on race, creed, gender, social status, religion, nationality, age, physical and mental disability, and respect individuals.
・We shall always respect fundamental human rights in various aspects of corporate activities, and shall not engage in discriminatory behavior or actions that harms the dignity of individuals.
・We shall eliminate forced labor or labor that is against one's will, and child labor of those below the minimum age for employment.
・We shall not disrupt the morals, environment and the order of the workplace by acts that violate public order and standards of decency such as various types of harassment.
<Communication with Society and Information Disclosure・Information Protection>
・We shall deepen mutual understanding with society and establish relationships based on trust through communication.
・We shall conduct the accurate disclosure of corporate information to stakeholders in a timely and appropriate manner.
・We shall strictly manage confidential and personal information, including client information acquired in the course of business, and shall not divulge such information elsewhere. Such obligations shall also be fulfilled following employment at NISSO and/or after retirement.
・We shall not infringe upon intellectual property rights, including copyrights and patent rights, of others.
・We shall not use internal information obtained in the course of duties for personal purposes. In addition, we shall not conduct acts that will be of self-interest based on insider information obtained during the course of duties.
<Dissociation with Anti-social Forces>
・We shall not have any relationships or business dealings with anti-social forces.
・We shall not make concessions by means of money, etc., against unreasonable demands from anti-social forces.
<Creation of a Vibrant Workplace>
・We shall comply to laws and regulations concerning labor, and strive to realize a healthy and comfortable working environment so that harmony between work and life can be achieved.
・With the stance to take on challenges to achieve higher goals, we shall strive to improve our abilities and to nurture subordinates and junior employees.
<Securement of Safety and Initiatives for the Environment>
・With regards to business activities, we shall strive to conserve resources and energy, and make efforts to preserve the environment and reduce waste. In addition, we shall actively cooperate with clients, business partners, etc., in their global environmental preservation efforts.
・We shall comply with laws, internal regulations and workplace rules related to occupational health and safety, promote the prevention of occupational accidents and mental health initiatives, and strive for the creation of a safe workplace.
・We shall strive to improve our compliance of laws, regulations and traffic manners, and make efforts to prevent traffic accidents by practicing safe driving.

Ethics Policy

NISSO, as well as our officers and employees, shall uphold and comply with the following policy in order to share our commitment to and ensure the awareness of compliance, which is fundamental to corporate management.

①(Ethical compliance with laws and regulations)
With high ethical standards, we shall act with integrity and respect both the letter and the spirit of the law both at home and abroad.
②(Elimination of improper benefits)
We shall prohibit bribery, corruption, extortion, and embezzlement of any kind. In addition, we shall not engage in acts that fall within the scope of bribery, such as granting, accepting, requesting, authorizing, or making promises for (improper) benefits, with the aim of engaging in inappropriate acts which violate laws and internal regulations by abusing our authority or position in the course of our duties.
③(Information disclosure and transparency)
We shall disclose corporate information to our stakeholders, such as clients, shareholders・investors, business partners, the government, local communities, and society in a timely・accurate manner in order to enhance transparency.
④(Protection of intellectual property)
We shall respect the intellectual property of others obtained through our corporate activities, and protect confidential information.
⑤(Fair・transparent・free competition and business transactions)
We shall always engage in fair・transparent・free competition and business transactions in domestic and overseas markets.
⑥(Protection of identities and elimination of retaliation)
In conformity with laws and internal regulations, we shall protect those who report any wrongdoings (whistle-blowers) using internal systems, such as by telephone or e-mail, from being forced into disadvantageous situations or from being retaliated against.
⑦(Dissemination and thorough observance)
In order to ensure the thorough observance of this policy, we shall appropriately implement education for our officers and employees, disseminate its content, and conduct checks on a regular basis to further promote compliance management.
October 1, 2019

Ryuichi Shimizu
Representative Director, President & CEO
NISSO CORPORATION

Policy on Human Rights and Labor

Recognizing that respect for human rights is the foundation of business in our daily activities, NISSO shall uphold and commit to the following policy in order to advocate international standards on human rights, such as the United Nations Global Compact's principles concerning human rights・labor, and conduct the management of respect for humanity.

①(Free choice of employment)
NISSO is committed to not employing any kind of forced labor in our business activities.
  • ・We shall not employ forced labor, bonded or indentured labor, or involuntary prison labor.
  • ・Certification documents belonging to individuals, such as passports and ID cards, shall be kept・managed by employees, and NISSO shall not retain any of the original documents.
  • ・The relationship between workers and NISSO shall be voluntary, and workers shall have the freedom to leave their workplaces or to terminate their employment at any time.
②(Young workers)
NISSO is committed to complying with the minimum age laws and requirements of each country, and to not employing child labor.
  • ・We shall not hire children under the age of 15 in Japan.
  • ・We shall also give appropriate consideration to young workers under the age of 18 in conformity with domestic laws.
③(Working hours)
NISSO is committed to complying with the laws and regulations related to labor of each country regarding working hours・holidays・vacations (paid leave).
④(Wages and welfare・benefits)
NISSO is committed to complying with the wage-related laws of each country, to making appropriate salary payments, and to not making unjust reductions or deductions.
  • ・We shall provide workers with ways to accurately confirm their compensation on a regular basis.
  • ・Compensation shall be paid by cash or bank transfer on a regular basis.
⑤(Humane treatment)
NISSO is committed to taking strict measures to prevent harsh and inhumane treatment, such as abuse and harassment.
  • ・We shall not tolerate or engage in acts such as sexual harassment・sexual abuse・corporal punishment・mental or physical coercion・verbal abuse.
⑥(Elimination of discrimination)
NISSO is committed to respecting the diversity of each individual and to creating a workplace free of harassment and unlawful discrimination.
  • ・We shall eliminate discrimination based on human rights・creed・gender・age・social status・family origin・nationality・ethnicity・religion・sexual orientation・gender identity/expression・marital status/history・pregnancy status・protected genetic information・presence/absence of military experience・political affiliation・status of labor union participation, or presence/absence of disabilities.
  • ・We shall value personality・individuality, and shall provide fair opportunities for recruitment・employment・skills development・education・salary increases・advancement/promotion, etc., according to ability.
⑦((Freedom of association)
In accordance with the laws and customs of each country, NISSO is committed to respecting the operation of labor unions and organizations of employees, and to respecting the rights of workers, including their formation of and participation in such organizations, and their right to collective bargaining.
⑧(Full dissemination)
In order to ensure the thorough observance of this policy, we shall appropriately implement education for our officers and employees, disseminate its content, and conduct checks on a regular basis to further promote the management of respect for humanity.
October 1, 2019

Ryuichi Shimizu
Representative Director, President & CEO
NISSO CORPORATION

Nisso Group Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Basic Policy

In order to prepare for various risks that may interfere with business continuity, such as large-scale disasters, pandemics, etc., the Nisso Group has established the "Nisso Group Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Basic Policy" in accordance with the spirit of the Nisso Group's management and corporate philosophies.
Group employees shall recognize the basic concept of this policy, and make appropriate decisions・actions as members of a socially responsible company.

  1. 1. We shall develop a plan to achieve the following objectives:
    1.  1)We shall place top priority on the safety・security of our employees, their families, and our service users.
    2.  2)We shall support the business continuity of our clients and business partners.
    3.  3)We shall support the reconstruction of disaster-stricken areas and contribute to local communities.

  2. 2. We shall clarify the operations to be continued・restored, and implement specific measures in a planned manner.

  3. 3. We shall conduct education・training for our employees and throughout our organization on a regular basis in order to make continuous improvements.

1st Edition April 1, 2021

Ryuichi Shimizu
Representative Director, President & CEO
NISSO CORPORATION

Policy regarding System Development of Internal Control related to Financial Reporting

NISSO CORPORATION and its affiliated companies (hereinafter referred to as the “Group”), in order to establish a system for ensuring the appropriateness of statements used for financial calculations and other information, have established a basic policy concerning the development of an internal control system related to financial reporting, as follows.

1.Control Environment
In order to appropriately conduct financial reporting, the Group shall establish and operate an environment necessary for control, such as the development of internal rules and regulations, the establishment of appropriate organizations, in addition to the securement and placement of appropriate human resources.
2.Risk Assessment and Response
  1. The Group shall identify risks that impede the appropriateness of financial reporting, and implement the assessment and response of significant risks.
  2. With regards to risk assessment, the Group shall analyze the degree of influence and the probability of occurrence, etc., of risks depending on their nature, and evaluate them appropriately.
  3. The Group shall take necessary measures such as reduction, possession, avoidance, removal, etc., of risks that have been assessed.
  4. The Group shall conduct risk assessment and response on a continuous basis every period.
3.Control Activities
  1. In order to ensure the appropriateness of financial reporting, the Group shall establish regulations and operational manuals, etc., for organization and duties, and clarify the division of duties, authority and responsibilities.
  2. Based on the implementation status of internal control, the Group shall establish and operate a system that is able to make necessary enhancements of problematic matters.
4.Information and Communication
In order to ensure the appropriateness of financial reporting, the Group shall establish and operate a system in which information pertaining to internal control is communicated in a timely and accurate manner to those in need of such information.
5.Monitoring
In order to continuously evaluate that internal controls are functioning effectively (or “In order to continuously evaluate the effectiveness of internal control functions”), the Group shall establish a system for routine monitoring and independent evaluations.
In addition, the Group shall establish and operate a system to rectify problems or deficiencies related to control in a timely and appropriate manner.
6.Response to IT
  1. The Group shall effectively and efficiently utilize IT to ensure the effectiveness of the control environment, risk assessment and response, control activities, information and communication and monitoring.
  2. In order to effectively and efficiently utilize IT, the Group shall have an appropriate understanding of the IT environment and the scope of control using IT, in addition to establishing and implementing appropriate policies and plans related to such matters.
Enacted on April 1, 2017 Ryuichi Shimizu
Representative Director, President & CEO
NISSO CORPORATION

Basic Policy regarding the Internal Control System

At NISSO CORPORATION (hereinafter referred to as “NISSO”), the Board of Directors will continue to resolve the following improvements to systems to ensure appropriate business operations of NISSO and its subsidiaries (hereinafter referred to as the “Group”).

1. System to ensure that the execution of duties by the Group's Managing Directors is in accordance with laws, ordinances and the Articles of Incorporation
  1. In order to carry out sound and sincere business activities with compliance as well as high moral values, NISSO has established the "Nisso Group Charter of Corporate Behavior", and concrete guidelines for personal conduct, the "Nisso Group Employee Code of Conduct". In addition, the Managing Directors have taken the initiative to implement these measures, and NISSO shall continue to strive to ensure the thorough awareness of the measures by employees by posting them on the in-house intra-system.
  2. In order to ensure the thorough compliance of laws and ordinances, corporate ethics and internal regulations, NISSO has established "Compliance Regulations", and has set up a "Group Control Committee" chaired by the President to promote sound and sincere business activities.
  3. Managing Directors who discover any material violation of laws or ordinances or any other material facts concerning compliance, shall report such matters to the Board of Directors.
  4. The Group has taken a resolute stance against unreasonable demands from anti-social forces, and has established concrete action guidelines which demonstrate that it has no relationships whatsoever with them. The Group shall continue to ensure the thorough awareness of such matters to Managing Directors and employees in order to eliminate any relationships with these forces.
  5. In order to preserve corporate assets and improve management efficiency, NISSO has established "Internal Audit Regulations", and has set up an independent Internal Auditing Division. The Group shall continue the auditing of its entire operations in regards to its compliance with laws and ordinances and the status of the execution of its business operations.
2. System concerning storage and control of information related to the execution of duties of Managing Director
  1. NISSO has established "Document Control Regulations" for documents such as the minutes of the Board of Directors' Meetings and documents pertaining to other significant decisions as prescribed by laws and ordinances, in addition to properly storing and managing such documents after clarifying management responsibilities. Also, NISSO shall continue to maintain a system which allows for the viewing of such documents as necessary.
3. Regulations and other systems concerning the management of risk of loss
  1. NISSO has established "Risk Management Regulations" for risks affecting business objectives (hereinafter referred to as "risks"), and in order to maintain a system that can adequately respond to such risks, it has set up a “Group Control Committee” (hereinafter referred to as the "Committee") which each company in the Group takes part in. The Committee, in principle, shall convene once a quarter and on other occasions as necessary.
  2. Based on the "Risk Management Regulations", the Committee identifies, analyzes and evaluates concrete risks, and has established a policy to correspond to such matters.
    In addition, in the event where an emergency response is needed as the Committee monitors the status of risk management, it shall convene an emergency committee to take the necessary measures.
  3. The Committee shall report on any matters concerning risks to the Board of Directors on a regular basis.
  4. Each Division Director of the Group shall be responsible for risk management within their respective divisions, and must promptly report to the Committee Secretariat in the event that an emergency situation requiring reporting on risks arises.
    In addition, they are required to administer appropriate procedures, such as incorporating countermeasures in their business plans to respond to significant risks identified within their division of responsibility, as well as other individual risk-related matters.
  5. Each Division Director of the Group, after sharing information with relevant divisions, shall clarify response systems, and must take appropriate measures regarding risks that may affect multiple divisions, as well as other significant risks that may be actualized.
  6. In order to respond promptly and accurately to the actualization of risks that may affect its business objectives, the Group has established response systems, procedures, and regulations in advance, and shall maintain and strive to improve the structure of reporting systems in the event of a crisis, as well as processes capable of responding quickly and appropriately.
  7. The Group shall formulate a business continuity plan and strive to develop a system that can promptly carry out business continuity after the occurrence of a disaster.
4. System to ensure the efficient execution of duties by Managing Directors
  1. The Group has established "Regulations of the Board of Directors", and shall clarify the governance of the Board of Directors and matters to be discussed.
  2. To ensure the smooth and efficient operation of duties of Managing Directors and employees, the Board of Directors has established "Organization・Division of Duties Regulations" and "Regulations of Administrative Authority", and shall determine matters regarding the segregation of duties of each division, as well as the fundamental roles, duties and authorities of each position.
5. System to ensure that the execution of duties by employees is in accordance with laws, ordinances and the Articles of Incorporation
  1. In order to carry out sound and sincere business activities with compliance as well as high moral values, NISSO has established the "Nisso Group Charter of Corporate Behavior", and concrete guidelines for personal conduct, the "Nisso Group Employee Code of Conduct". In addition, the Managing Directors have taken the initiative to implement these measures, and NISSO shall continue to strive to ensure the thorough awareness of the measures by employees by posting them on the in-house intra-system.
  2. In order to ensure the thorough compliance of laws and ordinances, corporate ethics and internal regulations, NISSO has established "Compliance Regulations", and has set up a "Group Control Committee" chaired by the President to promote sound and sincere business activities.
  3. The Group has established "Whistleblower Protection Regulations", and shall institute a system for the early detection of violations of laws and ordinances with regards to the Group, as well as ensuring that the informant is not subjected to any disadvantages.
  4. The Group has taken a resolute stance against unreasonable demands from anti-social forces, and has established concrete action guidelines which demonstrate that it has no relationships whatsoever with them. The Group shall continue to ensure the thorough awareness of such matters to Managing Directors and employees in order to eliminate any relationships with these forces.
  5. In order to preserve corporate assets and improve management efficiency, NISSO has established "Internal Audit Regulations", and has set up an independent Internal Auditing Division. The Group shall continue the auditing of its entire operations in regards to its compliance with laws and ordinances and the status of the execution of its business operations.
6. System to ensure appropriate business operations in the Corporate Group consisting of NISSO and its subsidiaries
  1. In order to promote the fair business activities of the Group, NISSO has established the Group-wide "Nisso Group Charter of Corporate Behavior", and concrete guidelines for personal conduct, the "Nisso Group Employee Code of Conduct". Furthermore, each company in the Group shall continue to strive to ensure the thorough awareness of these matters by Managing Directors and employees.
  2. In order to strengthen the management of the Group, NISSO has established "Affiliated Companies Management Regulations". In addition to requiring the reporting of significant matters concerning the business operations of subsidiaries, NISSO shall refer matters of particular importance to the Board of Directors.
  3. NISSO's Internal Auditing Division shall conduct audits of each company in the Group on a regular basis and when deemed necessary.
    Furthermore, the Internal Auditing Division shall cooperate with Audit & Supervisory Board Members and the Accounting Auditor to strive to ensure the proper business operations of the Group through audits.
7. Matters concerning employees and their appointment to assist in the fulfillment of duties of Audit & Supervisory Board Members when requested
  1. NISSO shall immediately appoint employees to assist in the fulfillment of the duties of Audit & Supervisory Board Members when requested to do so.
8. Matters concerning the independency of employees in the preceding item from Managing Directors
  1. NISSO shall have employees assisting in the fulfillment of the duties of Audit & Supervisory Board Members execute their duties under the direction of the Audit & Supervisory Board Members whom they are assisting.
  2. NISSO shall consult with Audit & Supervisory Board Members in advance about the decision of matters concerning personnel affairs of employees assisting in the fulfillment of the duties of Audit & Supervisory Board Members.
9. System for Managing Directors and employees to submit reports to Audit & Supervisory Board Members and other systems related to submitting reports to Audit & Supervisory Board Members
  1. NISSO shall request the attendance of Audit & Supervisory Board Members for the "Board of Directors' Meetings", the "Group Control Committee Meetings", and other meetings of importance.
  2. NISSO's Representative Directors (Chairman & President) and the Internal Auditing Division shall maintain cooperation with the Audit & Supervisory Board Members and exchange information on a regular basis.
  3. Managing Directors and employees of the Group shall respond to requests in the event they are asked by the Audit & Supervisory Board Members to submit reports on important information.
  4. NISSO shall ensure that persons who submit reports to Audit & Supervisory Board Members do not receive disadvantageous treatment due to reasons for submitting the report.
10. Other systems to ensure the effective implementation of audits by Audit & Supervisory Board Members
  1. NISSO shall request the attendance of Audit & Supervisory Board Members for the "Board of Directors' Meetings", the "Group Control Committee Meetings", and other meetings of importance.
  2. In response to the request of Audit & Supervisory Board Members, NISSO shall establish a system that allows for the viewing of important documents such as minutes of meetings.
  3. NISSO shall formulate a budget after confirming with Audit & Supervisory Board Members about the expenses required to perform their duties, in addition to establishing a system for the prepayment or reimbursement of expenses incurred when executing their duties.

Worker Dispatching Business Operation Policy

  • 1. We will strive to disclose information regarding our business, and will conduct highly transparent business operations that are widely open to society.
  • 2. All employees engaged in worker dispatching business operations will be thoroughly compliant with relevant laws and regulations, and will take a strict stance against dispatching destination companies that do not comply with laws and contracts regarding dispatching.
  • 3. We will respect the personality and individuality of each dispatched employee, ensure a safe and secure working environment for them, and support their skills and career development.
  • 4. We will be conscious of the social responsibility of operating a business that creates employment opportunities for workers, and while carefully paying attention to the protection of personal information of dispatched employees and the information of dispatching destination companies, we will take advantage of our characteristics as a private-sector business to fulfill the role of regulating the balance of supply and demand in the labor market. Provision of information based on Worker Dispatch Law (PDF, in Japanese only)
Ryuichi Shimizu
Representative Director, President & CEO
NISSO CORPORATION

General Business Owner Acton Plan based on the Act on Advancement of Measures to Support Raising Next-Generation Children

NISSO CORPORATION Action Plan

At NISSO CORPORATION, from the spirit of "We aim to create rich human lifestyles", from our management philosophy, and being "A people-focused company", which is upheld in our corporate philosophy, we believe that it is important to create an environment in which the children who will lead the next generation can be born and raised in good health.
Based on the Act on Advancement of Measures to Support Raising Next-Generation Children, by creating a comfortable environment where employees can balance work and child-rearing, and in order to ensure that all employees are able to fully demonstrate their capabilities, we have formulated and are engaged in the following action plan.

  • 1.Plan Period: For 5 years from April 1, 2019~March 31, 2024

  • 2.Contents:

    <Objective 1>
    ●We will implement the dissemination and provision of information, as well as the maintenance of a consultation system for programs such as maternity leave, childcare leave, and shortened working-hour programs.

    <Measure>
    Fiscal Year 2019~
    ●We will conduct awareness activities by using notices, etc., on our company intranet, and strive to make the system widespread.

    <Objective 2>
    ●We will promote the acquisition of paid leave in order to increase the number of days of annual paid leave acquired per person each year.

    <Measure>
    Fiscal Year 2019~
    ●We will gain an understanding of the acquisition status of annual paid leave, provide status reports, etc., to each department head, and facilitate its acquisition.

General Business Owner Action Plan based on the Act on Promotion of Women's Participation and Advancement in the Workplace

NISSO CORPORATION Action Plan

Based on the Act on Promotion of Women's Participation and Advancement in the Workplace, in order to expand the recruitment of female employees, we have formulated and are engaged in the following action plan.

  • 1.Plan Period:
    For 5 years from April 1, 2019~March 31, 2024

  • 2.Objective
    To make the proportion of female regular employees to the total number of hires greater than 15.0%.

  • 3.Content of Initiatives and Implementation Schedule
    ◎April 2019~March 2020
    Conduct the planning of PR for women's participation and advancement in the workplace to be posted on next fiscal year's university graduate recruitment pamphlets and recruitment sites, centering on young female employees.

    ◎April 2020~March 2022
    Post information on female employees on university graduate recruitment pamphlets and recruitment sites, and promote NISSO as a company where women can flourish.
    Introduce a "mentor system" for the purpose of new graduate employee retention.

    ◎April 2020~March 2024
    Introduce female employees as role models at company briefing sessions, and create opportunities for them to interact with jobseekers at recruiting events.

    【Public Announcement of Information on Women's Activities】
    ◎Percentage of female workers among all workers (as of the end of December 2020)
           Employees(19.2%)
           Part-timers(61.8%)
           Manufacturing staff(14.5%)
           Dispatched staff(21.1%)
           Dispatched staff received(100.0%)

    ◎Difference in the average number of years of continuous service for men and women (As of the end of December 2020)
           Last day of December 2018 Women ±0.0 years (YoY +1.2 years)
           Last day of December 2019 Women -0.2 years (YoY -0.2 years)
           Last day of December 2020 Women -0.1 years (YoY +0.1 years)

NISSO CORPORATION Privacy Policy

As a leading company engaged in the human resources business, NISSO CORPORATION is a company that practices being "A socially responsible company", which is upheld in our corporate philosophy. Furthermore, we will comply with laws and regulations concerning the protection of personal information, while always being aware of the importance of personal information that is entrusted to us by our strong recognition that human resources are our sole absolute management resource.
In addition to establishing a personal information protection management system that is compliant with the Japanese Industrial Standards, "Personal Information Protection Management Systems - Requirements (JISQ 15001)", we have formulated our "Privacy Policy" as provided below, and will encourage all officers and employees to continuously handle personal information properly with a high level of awareness at all times.

  • 1.We will comply with laws and regulations, guidelines established by the government, and other standards concerning personal information, as well as personal information protection management systems.

  • 2.Personal information handled by NISSO shall be within the scope of our business, such as for the employment of the individual concerned, and will not be used for purposes other than the original intent.
    Furthermore, we will take measures to prevent the non-purpose usage of personal information.
    Moreover, we will establish both technical and internal management structures against risks such as the leakage, loss or damage of personal information that we have obtained, and will appropriately take protective and preventive measures, as well as implement corrective actions as necessary.

  • 3.We will not provide personal information that we have obtained to a third party without obtaining the consent of the provider, except in cases where any of the following apply.
    ①When there is consent from the individual concerned about the information that is to be provided.
    ②When utilizing converted statistical data that cannot identify specific individuals.
    ③When the lawful provision of information is requested or required by laws or regulations, the police, prosecutors, the courts or other legal institutions, or public agencies.

  • 4.With regards to personal information that we have obtained, we will promptly respond to inquiries from the individual concerned regarding any notifications, disclosures, corrections, additions or deletions of personal information for the purpose of its use that is subject to its disclosure, in addition to the discontinuation of its use and refusal of its provision to third parties.
    Furthermore, we will establish a dedicated point of contact to respond appropriately and promptly to complaints, consultations, inquiries, etc., concerning the handling of personal information.

  • 5.In order to conduct the proper management of personal information, we will regularly review and continuously improve our personal information protection management system, etc., and will thoroughly disseminate such contents within the company.

※For inquiries regarding NISSO's protection of personal information, please contact the following (in Japanese only).
Director, General Affairs Division
Chief Privacy Officer
NISSO CORPORATION
TEL:(81)45-476-4511
FAX:(81)45-476-4521
Mail:cp@nisso.co.jp

April 1, 2005 (Date of Enactment)

November 1, 2018 (9th Edition Revision・Issue Date)

Ryuichi Shimizu
Representative Director, President & CEO
NISSO CORPORATION

NISSO CORPORATION Occupational Health and Safety Policy

NISSO CORPORATION’s occupational health and safety activities are the foundation of our corporate management, and ensuring the health and safety of all workers working at NISSO has become our utmost priority. By establishing a comfortable work environment, and by unifying the entire company to work together in all aspects of our business activities, we will strive to actively promote and improve our occupational health and safety activities, and will continue to aim for a true zero disaster workplace.

  • In all aspects of our business activities, we will strive to prevent workplace accidents and disasters by taking the necessary measures to eliminate or reduce risks based on the investigations of dangers and hazards and the results thereof.
  • We will develop health and safety activities with the participation and cooperation of all employees and relevant parties of NISSO, and will continue to aim for the improvement of our health and safety standards.
  • We will comply with the Industrial Health and Safety Act, relevant laws and regulations, and the health and safety regulations established at the workplace, and will endeavor to improve the level of our health and safety management structure.
  • We will establish, periodically review, and continuously enhance our occupational health and safety management system, and will continue to aim for the further improvement of our health and safety standards.
  • In order to prevent health problems caused by overwork and mental health-related issues, we will enhance our health management structure and promote the maintenance of health for all employees.
  • We will promote measures to prevent traffic accidents, and will raise awareness in order to ensure both vehicular and pedestrian traffic safety.
  • We will conduct education and training necessary to ensure the health and safety of all employees, and will improve their knowledge and awareness regarding health and safety.
  • We will ensure the full dissemination of NISSO'S Occupational Health and Safety Policy to all employees, and will continue to aim for zero accidents and disasters in the workplace.
Ryuichi Shimizu
Representative Director, President & CEO
NISSO CORPORATION
April 1, 2015

NISSO CORPORATION Environmental Policy

Through a series of human resources services activities, NISSO has regarded global environmental conservation and pollution prevention as one of the most significant management issues. In order to achieve harmony with our business activities and the global environment, we have formulated this Environmental Policy.
After recognizing the environmental impact caused by business activities, in accordance to the following basic policy, all employees will be actively involved in the creation of a recycling-oriented society as NISSO sets and re-examines environmental objectives and targets, co-exists with local communities and strives to make continuous improvements.

① With regards to business activities, we will devote our efforts to the following items in order to prevent pollution and reduce environmental burdens.

1.Thorough reduction of electricity consumption in offices
2.Promotion of eco-driving
3.Thorough sorted collection of waste material
4.Active contribution to local environmental conservation activities
5.Increase of green purchasing rate of company-use equipment

② We will comply with environmental laws・ordinances・regulations and other requirements agreed upon by NISSO.

③ We will make considerations for the utilization of sustainable resources・mitigation and adaption of climate change・protection of biodiversity and ecosystems.

④ In order to ensure that all employees are able to enhance their awareness of environmental conservation and fully comprehend our Environmental Policy, we will thoroughly disseminate, implement, maintain and continuously improve our environmental management system.
⑤ We will periodically re-examine and disclose this Environmental Policy to the general public.

Ryuichi Shimizu
Representative Director, President & CEO
NISSO CORPORATION
June 1, 2016 (2nd Edition Revision・Issue Date)

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