Environment & Society

Health and productivity management

Tiger Corporation considers the health of its employees to be the most important issue when it comes to putting its corporate philosophy into practice, and will always be a company where employees can continue to work with a healthy state of mind and body. To this end, in fiscal 2019 we established an organizational structure for promoting health and productivity management, and are working to create an environment where employees can enjoy a long and vigorous work life through initiatives such as taking specific measures to maintain and improve employee health.

Health Declaration

In order to make our corporate philosophy of bringing happiness to gatherings around the world a reality, we are committed to build an environment that allows each individual to make the most of their abilities, where they can work with a healthy mind and body.

President of Tiger Corporation, Yoshisato Kikuchi.

Organizational structure for health and productivity management

Female empowerment

Tiger Corporation sees the promotion of diversity as an important management strategy for implementing its corporate philosophy. In particular, the company has formulated the following action plan with the aim of enhancing its internal environment and systems to enable women to play an active role in the company. * As of April 1, 2021

Action Plan based on the Act on the Promotion of Female Participation and Career Advancement in the Workplace
Period

April 1, 2021 - April 20, 2023

Issue faced by Tiger Corporation

Very few female candidates to take management roles in the next generation

Aims

(1) Continue to ensure that at least 30% of newly recruited employees are women

(2) Enhance support schemes for balancing life events such as birth and child raising with work

(3) Work towards men’s childcare leave ratio of at least 80% and encourage men’s participation in raising children

Initiatives

(1) Education through monitoring of figures used as indexes

(2) Enhancement of work-life balance support schemes, and dissemination of information on available schemes

(3) Educational activities to encourage men to take leave for child raising

Information on female empowerment (full employees)

Ratio of female
employees

46.0%

Ratio of women
in recruitment

35.0%

Average Years
of Service Women

13.7 years/ Men 12.3 years

Average
Overtime Work

11.6 hours

Paid Leave
Usage Rate

67.3%

* As of May 1, 2022

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