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Development of Diverse Talents

Development and Empowerment of Diverse Talents

Development and Empowerment of Diverse Talents

Development and Empowerment of Diverse Talents

Purpose of activities Activities during fiscal 2022 Self-
assessment
Goals/plans for activities from fiscal 2023 onwards
Promoting Diversity and Inclusion Planning and implementing diversity and inclusion measures by setting and announcing goals to be achieved by the end of fiscal 2026 A Accelerating an array of initiatives to achieve goals
Developing and effectively utilizing talents Creating new Next-Generation Leadership Talent Development program A Steadily selecting and developing next-generation business leaders in accordance with the program
Promoting Health & Productivity management Promoting health and productivity management based on the Mitsubishi Materials Group Health and Productivity Management Declaration A
  • Promotion of health and productivity management
  • Further enhancement of mental health initiatives

Self-assessment grades A: Target achieved B: Target mostly achieved C:Target not achieved

Basic Approach to Talent

Based on the idea that human resources are the source of business competitiveness creating new values, the Group consequently seeks to accept and respect diversity, with each and every employee finding work meaningful and experiencing growth while working together to achieve optimal organizational performance. We regard human resources as capital and strive to maximize their value to improve our corporate value over the medium to long terms. 

Status of Employment at the Mitsubishi Materials Group (As of March 31, 2022)

Number of Employees (full-time equivalent)

Subject Employees Temporary Staff
Non-consolidated 6,208 1,055
Consolidated 23,711 3,805
Japan 13,290
Overseas 10,421

Employee Numbers According to Location (consolidated)

Location Employees
Japan 13,290
North America 3,693
South America 42
Oceania 10
Europe 1,201
East Asia 772
Southeast Asia 4,703
Total 23,711

Employees Who Left the Company for Their Own Reasons (employees who left the company in fiscal 2022) (Non-consolidated)

Subject Aged under 30 Aged 30-49 Aged 50 or over Total
Number of employees who left the company for their own reasons Men 54 44 26 124
Women 16 6 1 23
Total 70 50 27 147
Percentage of employees who left the company for their own reasons Men 4.8% 1.8% 1.3% 2.2%
Women 6.9% 1.7% 0.7% 3.1%
Total 5.1% 1.7% 1.3% 2.3%
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