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Daicel Group Human Resource Policy
Our Group has set forth our “Sustainable Management Policy” under our basic philosophy. With regard to people, our policy states that we will promote “People-centered Management”, which enables all of our diverse employees to grow while establishing their own presence and achieving fulfillment. This is our approach to people in our Group, namely our Human Resource Policy.
"People-centered Management," which values each individual, has long been a key concept of our company. Daicel has a history of more than 100 years, and our approach to people can be traced back to our founding. Throughout our subsequent history, this concept has been nurtured as one of the core management policies, and since the end of the 1970s, Daicel has advocated "People-centered Management."
With our Long-term Vision starting in 2020, we renewed our Human Resource Policy, which moves our commitment towards diversity and happiness to the forefront, and announced this new policy to Daicel Group employees. Based on this Human Resource Policy, we are taking various initiatives, such as supporting human resource development, promoting diversity and inclusion, and fostering a corporate culture that meets employee needs.
Human Resource Guidelines
The Daicel Group has established unified guidelines for all Group members. Since 2013, we have been building a solid foundation for our human resource management systems based on these guidelines. Unlike the Human Resource Policy, which expresses our unchanging belief, we consider the Human Resource Guidelines as guidance that can be updated with the changing times. We revised some of the guidelines in 2019 to place more emphasis on human rights and labor while also making these items more understandable for staff working around the world.
The guidelines describe matters to be observed by all Daicel Group companies with respect to human resource practices. They specify objectives, basic concepts, compliance rules and recommendations ranging from human rights and labor, recruitment, compensation, the human resources development system and the appraisal system. For example, the basic concepts of the guidelines stipulate the need to “respect human rights and reject complicity in human rights violations” and “develop a culture where the employer, superiors and subordinates think of each individual's career and put ideas into practice.” Recommendations include the need to “utilize the training programs offered by other Group companies actively.”
When we exchange views with Group companies or conduct human rights due diligence, we verify whether each company is implementing human resource practices in line with the guidelines.
Applying the guidelines, we will continue to improve our human resource practices that will help employees enhance their capabilities and raise their motivation to perform their duties.
Objectives and Basic Concepts of the Human Resource Guidelines
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|Human rights and labor
|Improve productivity by respecting human nature and realizing a workplace environment whereby each employee can demonstrate his/her full potential
|Recruit talent who empathize with Daicel Group Basic Philosophy and Human Resource Policy
|Create a corporate culture that efforts as well as results will be rewarded
|Human resources development system
|Implement effective and systematic human resources development system based on HR Policy
|Through appraisal system, create the foundations of company success by disseminating HR Policy and Corporate Values, developing human resources and realizing proper compensation