Women’s Active Participation
At Mitsui Fudosan Group

Diversity and Inclusion Promotion Declaration

The “” logo adopted by the Group as a management philosophy represents the principles of coexisting in harmony with society, linking diverse values, and achieving a sustainable society. We have positioned diversity and inclusion promotion as an important management strategy in the belief that the asset of human resources is the driving force behind continuing to create new value as a real estate developer. The Group will advance in a unified manner and create organizations where human resources with diverse values, talents and lifestyles can display their abilities to the maximum extent.

Diversity and Inclusion Initiative Policy

We strive to support improved organizational productivity and employees’ work-life balance in such ways as promoting work style reform and enhancing the personnel system to create work environments where motivated and capable employees with diverse skills, experiences and values are fairly assessed regardless of matters such as race, nationality, religion, gender, age, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation; where each employee accepts one another; and where individual abilities can be displayed to their maximum extent. The Group has positioned promoting the active participation of women, in particular, as an important theme and set quantitative targets as well as a qualitative action plan. The Group will implement various measures and move forward in a unified manner.

Diversity and Inclusion Promotion Flamework

Under our Management’s Commitment, the Director in Charge of Personnel bears ultimate responsibility for ensuring diversity- and inclusion-related initiatives are pushed forward with the Personnel Department’s D&I Promotion Office at their heart, with knowledge input from inside and outside the Group.Diversity and inclusion is a major theme in ESG activities. Reports of our activities, policies for each fiscal year, and other matters are discussed by the Board of Directors. Furthermore, we are promoting this topic as a united Group, and share policies at meetings at which group company presidents are present, as well as periodically convening the Diversity & Inclusion Promotion Council.

Quantitative Targets

Quantitative Targets

Ratio of female managers Ratio of female hires Retrun rate from childcare leave Number of paid leave days taken
Mitsui Fudosan Co.,Ltd.(non-consolidated) FY2025 10%
FY2030 20%
40% 100% 14day
Ratio of female managers* Ratio of female hires Return rate from childcare leave Ratio of paid leave taken
SUNLIFE CREATION Co., Ltd.
SUNLIFE CREATION Co., Ltd.

Quantitative Goal

Quantitative Goal

-

-

100%

70%

FY2022

FY2022

63%

92%

100%

79%

Mitsui Fudosan Retail Management Co., Ltd.
Mitsui Fudosan Retail Management Co., Ltd.

Quantitative Goal(s)

Quantitative Goal(s)

FY2025 20%
FY2030 25%

-

100%

80%

FY2022

FY2022

18%

47%

100%

84%

Mitsui Fudosan Hotel Management Co., Ltd.
Mitsui Fudosan Hotel Management Co., Ltd.

Quantitative Goal(s)

Quantitative Goal(s) s

FY2025 15%
FY2030 20%

-

100%

70%

FY2022

FY2022

18%

82%

92%

77%

*as of April 1, 2023

We are working on promoting women's active participation
throughout the Group.

・We are periodically convening the Diversity & Inclusion promotion conference to discuss the progress of each group company's goals and measures.
・We implement a group-wide training program.

We emphasis on the following two axes and eight measures

1. Establish environments where people can continue to work for a long time, respecting each other’s diverse lifestyles and values, including those regarding childcare and nursing care, regardless of gender

2. Reform organizational awareness and support enhancement of women’s motivation and career formation to promote their active participation

1. Establish environments where people can continue to work for a long time, respecting each other’s diverse lifestyles and values, including those regarding childcare and nursing care, regardless of gender

①Reform awareness among superiors and organizations (unconscious bias training, etc.)

②Return Entry System

③Flexible Work Formats According to Work Type and Working Area

④Support work-life balance with childcare and nursing care  (expand and enforce systems, conduct training, promote male participation in childcare, etc.)

2. Reform organizational awareness and support enhancement of women’s motivation and career formation to promote their active participation

⑤Reform Awareness Among Superiors and Organizations (Diversity and Inclusion Training, etc.)

⑥Form a Working Group to Promote Diversity and Inclusion

⑦Mentor System for Employees

⑧Company Events Promoting Interaction

Net working event for Working Parents

Cross-departmental event

TOPICS

Business contribution from women's point of view

Contribution to office business via “Work-Life Bridge” project

Contribution to retail business via “Mama with LaLaport” project

Employee Introduction

総合職

Naho Okada

Digital Transformation Division
Digital Transformation Department(Ⅱ)
Digital Transformation Group
Joined the company in 2019

Midori Yoshida

Retail Properties Division
Retail Properties Operation Department
Innovative Marketing Group
Joined the company in 2014

Rie Ishikawa

Office Building Division
Office Building Development Department (Ⅰ)
Planning Group
Joined the company in 2015
as a mid-career hire

業務職

Naoko Urushiyama

Office Building Division
Office Building Project Planning Department
Project Planning Group
Joined the company in 2011
as a mid-career hire

Kaho Enari

Hotels and Resorts Division
Strategy Planning and Administration Department
Administration Group
Joined the company in 2018

Reina Shimazaki

Corporate Communications Department
Brand Management Group
Joined the company in 2020

Certification

Mitsui Fudosan has been selected as an FY2022“Nadeshiko Brand” as an enterprise that is outstanding in terms of encouraging women’s success in the workplace. The“Nadeshiko Brand” is a joint initiative by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) to select such companies.

Mitsui Fudosan has been selected by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE), as a "health and productivity management brand" among listed companies in recognition of its outstanding health-conscious management.

Mitsui Fudosan has been received “Eruboshi “certification by the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare (Japan) under the Act on Promotion of Women's Participation and Advancement in the Workplace.

Mitsui Fudosan Residential has been received “platinum Kurumin” certification under the Next-Generation Education and Support Promotion Act from the Tokyo Labour Bureau.

Mitsui Fudosan has been certified as an enterprise that excels at health and productivity management in the large enterprise category under the 2023 Certified Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organizations Recognition Program (White 500) administered by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the NIPPON KENKO KAIGI (a public-private health promotion organization).

For six consecutive years, Mitsui Fudosan has been selected for inclusion in the MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index (WIN), which is a stock index comprising companies with an excellent record of promoting and maintaining gender diversity.

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