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|Scope1（All Direct Carbon Emissions）||(t-CO2)||[consolidated:12,796]
|Scope2（Indirect Carbon Emissions）||(t-CO2)||[consolidated:49,979]
|Scope3（Other Indirect Carbon Emissions）||(t-CO2)||[consolidated:588,298]
|Participants of chemical substance education||(People)||499||507||692|
|Certain hazardous waste||(t)||307||404||339|
|Green Purchasing Rate||(%)||89.6||97.3||95.5|
|ISO14001 certification (employee ratio)||(%)||98.0||98.1||98.1|
* To be updated after January 2023.
|Number of employees||(People)||Male||3,036||3,113||3,220|
|Average years of service||(Years)||Male||16.4||16.3||16.2|
|Average age of employees||(Age)||Male||39.5||39.5||39.4|
|Age group||（%）||Under 30 years old||-||-||23.8|
|30-49 years old||-||-||49|
|Over 50 years old||-||-||27.2|
|Number of employees in management positions||(People)||Male||598||599||642|
|Ratio of female employees in management positions||(%)
|Number of newly hired employees||(People)||Male||137||161||188|
||Percentage of female employees in new hires||17.5||14.4||19.3|
|(%)||Percentage of Mid-career hires in new hires||13.9||27.1||40.3|
|Number of retirees||(People)||Retired||50||37||23|
|Resigned for personal reasons, etc.||31||41||31|
|Turnover rate (within 3 years after entering)||(%)
|Ratio of employees with disablities
(statutory employment rate)
|(%)||2.10 （2.2)||2.02 （2.3)||2.30（2.3)|
|Number of dispatched employees, etc.||(People)||513||616||666|
|Number of employees who took childcare leave, etc.||(People)||Male||98||128||184|
|Percentage of male employees taking childcare leave(Note 1)||(%)||-||-||90.3|
|Ratio of employees returning to work after childcare leave||(%)
|Number of employees who took nursing care leave, etc.||(People)||Male||1||7||2|
|Average annual income||(Ten thousands of yen)||691||683||720|
|Gender pay gap (all workers)||(%)||-||-||70.9|
|Gender wage gap (regular workers)||(%)||-||-||67.0|
|Gender wage gap (non-regular workers)||(%)||-||-||80.6|
|First salary (Note 2)||(yen)||University graduation male||213,300||214,300||216,300|
|University graduation woman||213,300||214,300||216,300|
|Graduated from graduate school male||233,600||234,600||236,600|
|Graduated from graduate school woman||233,600||234,600||236,600|
|Basic wage raise||(%)
|Rate of increase in salary||(%)||2.62||2.59||3.02|
(excluding extra bonus)
|Bonus payments(including extra bonus)||(Months' salary)||5.5||6.3||7.8|
|Total annual working hours||(Hours)||1,894||1,882||1,844|
|Monthly average overtime hours
(non-scheduled working hours)
|Number of days of paid leave taken||(Days)||13.8||14.5||15.8|
|Percentage of paid leave taken||(%)||72.8||77.0||84.2|
|Number of days of accumulated paid leave taken (Note 3)||(Days)||2,439||3,763.5||7,477.5|
|Percentage of birthday leave taken (Note 4)||(%)||95.5||95.2||95.4|
|Number of employees who took long service leave||(People)||129||296||235|
|Number of employees who took volunteer leave||(People)||0||0||0|
|Total number of employees who took spousal childbirth leave (Note 5)||(People)||266||248||291.5|
|Percentage of employees who have extended their retirement age||（％)||81.8||91.5||98.6|
|Percentage of employees who were reemployed after retirement||（％)||100||75||100|
|Expenses related to employee training (total)||（Hundred million yen)||-||-||1.33|
|Training cost per employee||(yen)||-||-||34,371|
|Average training time for trainees||(Hours)||-||-||95|
|Rate of participation in a labor union||（％)||97.5||97.6||95.7|
|Number of labour union-management consultations||(Times)||11||10||12|
|Number of members of the stock ownership||(People)||3,447||3,555||3,684|
|Rate of participation in the stock ownership||（％)||91.99||92.87||92.98|
|Number of occupational injuries (including dispatched employees)||(Cases)||12||8||11|
|〃 (lost time incidents within the above)||(Cases)||4||4||2|
|Number of occupational injuries (employees only)||(Cases)||5||6||8|
|〃 (lost time incidents within the above)||(Cases)||1||3||0|
|Frequency rate (Note 6)||-||0.146344||0.427939||0|
|Severity rate (Note 7)||-||0.000293||0.002425||0|
|Number of workdays lost due to occupational accidents (including dispatched employees)||(Days)||23||47||8|
|Number of workdays lost due to occupational accidents (employees only)||(Days)||2||17||0|
|Occupational physician, paychiatrist||(People)||3||3||3|
|Occupational health nurse||(People)||8||9||9|
|Participation rate of periodical medical examination||（％)||100||100||100|
|Participation rate of detailed examination after periodic medical examination||（％)||70.6||74.6||60.8|
|Percentage of employees classified as normal weight (BMI:18.5~24.9)||（％)||71.3||73.7||73.3|
|Number of physical strength examination participants (Note 8)||(People)||-(Note11)||-(Note11)||143|
|Participation rate of physical strength examination||（％)||-(Note11)||-(Note11)||88.8|
|Body composition measurement||(People)||-||711||3,160|
|Number of body design school participants (Note 9)||(People)||26||52||27|
|Number of walking participants||(People)||1,020||1,046||1,110|
|Number of dental examination participants||(People)||-(Note11)||-(Note11)||3,047|
|Participation rate for dental examination||（％)||-(Note11)||-(Note11)||75.7|
|Number of PET examination participants||(People)||592||450||667|
|Number of emolyees receiving influenza vaccination (Note 10)||(People)||2,186||1,795||1,752|
|Percentage of employees receiving influenza vaccination||（％)||59.16||46.47||44.52|
|Number of employees answering stress check||(People)||3,680||3,768||3,826|
|Percentage of employees answering stress check||（％)||97.5||97.6||97.3|
|Number of employees who are on administrative leave||(People)||34||40||39|
(Note 1) Rate of taking childcare leave and maternity leave (when both are taken, they are counted as one time)
(Note 2) General occupation
(Note 3) Accumulated paid leave is a system of accumulating paid leave up to 70 days which are expired by Labor Standards Act. The employees can apply it for their own recovery from injuries and illness, sick or injured child care, child education, nursing care and volunteer activities, etc.
(Note 4) Birthday leave is a special paid leave which employees can take for 1 day in their birthday month.
(Note 5) Spousal childbirth leave is a special paid leave which male employees can take for 2days after childbirth.
(Note 6) Frequency rate refers to the frequency of workplace accidents and is derived from the number of injuries / death resulting from workplace accident per 1,000,000 working hours.
(Note 7) Severity rate refers to the severity level of accidents and represents the total number of lost time injury days / 1,000 total actual working hours.
(Note 8) Every year, physical strength examination are held under the auspices of Photonics groups health insurance union during the working hours.
(Note 9) We held body design school under the auspices of Photonics groups health insurance union, provide employees with the opportunity to consider healthy body making.
(Note 10) We have the system that employees can receive the influenza vaccination during the work hours. Also, the data show the total number of those who received it both in company and in the nearest medical institution.
(Note 11) Discontinued for prevention of the novel coronavirus infection.
|Number of Directors||(Members)||(Inside) Male||11||8||6|
|Number of Audit & Supervisory Board Members||(Members)||(Inside) Male||2||2||2|
|Number of Board of Directors meetings||(Times)||16||16||17|
|Number of Board of Executive Officers||(Times)||43||44||44|
|Number of Audit & Supervisory Board meetings||(Times)||7||6||6|
|Total amount of remuneration for Directors||(Million yen)||433||431||370|
|Total amount of remuneration for Audit & Supervisory Board Members||(Million yen)||47||49||54|
|Attendance rate for Board of Directors meetings||（%）||98.5||99.6||99.2|
|Attendance rate for Audit & Supervisory Board meetings||（%）||100||100||100|
|Number of members of the Nomination and Compensation Committee||(Members)||-||-||6|
|Number of Outside Directors on the Nomination and Compensation Committee||(Members)||-||-||4|
|Number of meetings of the Nomination and Compensation Committee||(Times)||-||-||3|
|Workshop for Board Members||✓||✓||✓|
|Number of patent held||(Cases)||Domestic||2,409||2,455||2,501|
|Dividend per share||(Yen)||40||48||72|
|Meeting with shareholders||✓||✓||✓|
|Financial settlement briefing||(Times)||✓ (Twice a year)||✓ (Twice a year)||✓ (Twice a year)|
(Note) The reporting period is our business year (from October of previous year to September) or the general fiscal year (from April to March of next year).
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