Initiatives for Employees
The SINANEN HOLDINGS Group considers employee health an important management issue. We have established the SINANEN HOLDINGS Group Health Declaration to foster a lively corporate culture and are working to manage employee health accordingly.
Specific efforts include everything from measures to prevent exposure to secondhand smoke, support for health management, mental health care services, and initiatives to improve the work-life balance.
In order to create an environment in which each employee can work in lively fashion in physical and mental health, the Group will gradually implement efforts, including smoking-related measures and support for helping employees quit smoking, in the aim of eventually completely eliminating smoking during work hours.
We are enhancing our recommendations for re-examinations and complete physicals after medical checkups and outpatient instruction to actively support employees in preventing lifestyle-related disease and engaging in activities to improve their individual health (health promotion campaigns including walking and lifestyle/habit improvement challenges).
In addition to regular medical checkups for all Group employees, we carry out cancer (stomach, colon, and prostate) screening.
We also have gynecology exams (breast and cervical cancer) for female employees.
We will continue to expand the types of regular medical checkups we offer.
Stress checks are provided annually for all Group employees.
In addition to holding individual consultations for employees that are under a considerable degree of stress, the results of stress checks are provided to the management of each group company in the aim of creating an environment in which employees can work in good physical and mental health.
We are promoting initiatives for achieving a balance between work and family time, such as reducing overtime work hours, promoting the acquisition of paid leave, and supporting childcare and family care.
The paid leave acquisition rate at major group companies in fiscal 2019 was 56.8%, and the childcare leave acquisition rate was 100.0%.
We have established a re-employment system that allows employees to continue working at our Group even after mandatory retirement if they so wish.
In addition, group company Takara Building Maintenance Co., Ltd. recruits employees regardless of age or other such attributes, contributing to the creation of jobs in the region, primarily among senior citizens.
We have established an action plan for supporting cultivation of the next generation so that our workplace environment will be one that makes it easy for all employees to work and raise their children.
We are working to create an environment for promoting women's career advancement, enhancing childcare support measures, and expanding the promotion of women into management positions.