Human Resource Development

Support for human resource development and active careers for the creation of communities of the future and support for work styles tailored to individual lifestyles

  • We will select and hire employees equitably, provide appropriate education and training opportunities for the employees responsible for future community development, and will support flexible work styles tailored to individual lifestyles.
  • We will offer equitable opportunities so that a diverse workforce can succeed in its jobs, regardless of gender, age and/or disability.

As globalization progresses in the modern age, there is an increasing diversification in workers and other stakeholders as well as in working styles. In this environment, the Mitsubishi Estate Group believes it is highly important to consider the human rights of all persons involved in its businesses. To that end, the Mitsubishi Estate Group Human Rights Policy was formulated in April 2018 to clearly set out the basic human rights that must be protected. At the same time the Group became a signatory to the UN Global Compact, which means an even greater commitment to initiatives aimed at respecting human rights along with the rest of the international community going forward. When it comes to human resource development, which forms the foundation of a sustainable corporation and society, the Mitsubishi Estate Group places great emphasis on developing employees and supporting employee activities which will help the Group achieve its vision for creating the communities of the future. The Group selects and hires employees equitably and provides opportunities for appropriate education and training. The Group also supports flexible work styles tailored to individual lifestyles. Accordingly, it provides equal opportunities and promotes diversity so that diverse employees with their various backgrounds can thrive, regardless of gender, age, or disability.

The Mitsubishi Estate Group works with the Mitsubishi Estate's Human Resource Department and MEC Human Resources, which provides human-resource related services for the Group, to strive to provide a range of human resource development programs and to create a workplace in which human rights and diversity are respected. The CSR Committee and the CSR & Environmental Sustainability Subcommittee, which cover CSR issues in general, each meet twice a year, and they discuss and share information about human resource development and efforts to provide a workplace that is respectful of human rights and diversity. In addition to this, to encourage human rights-related efforts, the Human Rights Awareness and Diversity Promotion Committee meets once a year to review reports on human rights initiatives and exchange opinions on possible improvements.

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